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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Restless Tribesmen,
Russian Paratroops,
Mark Iran Oil Talks
Student Arrested
After Shooting
In Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES, June 14
(UP) Police here announced
the.arrest last night of chemis-
try student Ernesto Bravo,
Whose disappearance May 17
led pro-Communist university
tudents to declare a strike in
the belief he had been murder-
Police said Bravo u arrested
lifter a shooting affray between
a police detail and a group al-
legedly headed by Bravo and
two other men who escaped.
Bravo was Injured.
It Is not yet known where
Bravo has been since his dlsap-
PeEarher'lait night nine police-
men were Injured In clash
with pro-communist stuaent
trlkers In Congress Square
Eighteen students were ar-
rested on charges of 'attempt-
ing to undermine police autho-
rity." An undisclosed number
of others were rounded up for
disorderly conduct.
Hollywood Couple
Faces Life Without
Swimming Pool
HOLLYWOOD. June 14 (UP)
Awaiting the birth of
their baby. Argentine iUm di-
rector Hugo Pregnese and his
wife Faith Domergue have mov-
ed to a larger home In Bever-
ly Hills.
It has no swimming pool.
Say they bravely: "This is
not Important, so long as we are
surrounded by our family and
friends." '____________
Columbia Musical
Planned For Rita
HOLLYWOOD. June 14 (UP
Columbia studio executives
continue whtelng past each
other coming and going between
Hollywood and Lake Tahoe.
where Rita Hayworth has been
biding her time since her re-
turn to the United States.
The anxious executives seem
now to be decided that she win
return to the screen In a tech-
nicolor musical.
Missing Sub Found
In English Channel
LONDON. June 14 (UP)The
British submarine Affray, lost
April 16 with 75 aboard, has been
found lying in about 200 feet of
water In the English Channel
35 miles northwest of Cher-
bourg. .._______
Senate Group
Approves Annual
Federal Pay Hike
The Senate Sub committee
working on the classified employ-
es' pay raise has approved an av-
erage of about $307 a year for
each worker, according to word
received yesterday by Walter
Wagner, Legislative representa-
tive of the Central Labor Union
and Metal Trades Council ln<
Washington. This represents an
8.4% increase.
The Postal employes fared
slightly better when the Senate
Sub-Committee approved an 8.-
8% increase on their wages, with
an $800 celling.
Although official word has not
been received, it Is believed that
the bill which was sent to the
fuU committee June 12 would be
approved with the 84 figure
which chairman Johnston re-
commended.
Rufus Lovelady, president of
the American Federation of Gov-
ernment Employes stated today
that he planned to see Chair-
man Johnston Monday In Wash-
ington. Lovelady leaves Satur-
day morning for a week's stay at
the Capital.
The Pastore Pay Table pub-
lished In the June 8 issue of The
Government Standard, gives an
approximate figure of how the
pay proposal will work. Drafted
by the Subcommittee headed by
Senator John O. Pastore (RX)
the proposal would Increase en-
trance salaries of the first 15 GS
grades by 8.8% to offset the in-
crease in living costs since Oct.
1949 when the Reclassiflcatlon
Act of 1949 was passed. The In-
crease for within grade steps at
each grade would be less than
the 8.8%, bringing the overall
raise down to about 8.4%.
The $800 raise ceiling would
affect a relatively limited number
of people In grades 13,16. 17 and
18.
The recommendation on Postal
Pay legislation would also elim-
inate the first two grades of
clerk-carriers, laborers, special
delivery messengers, mechanics,
and others, and a temporary raise
of $50.would be added for two
years to grades 3 and 4. The rest
of the nine grades would receive
the 8.8 per cent increase.
Full committee action Is ex-
pected this week, and it is anti-
cipated that the legislation will
be completed In July.
India Receiving Ample
\Yheat Supply Shipments
NEW DELHI. June 14 CUP)
Sufficient supplies of wheat are
now reaching India fropa Ar-
gentina. United States, Canada
and Australia.
Armed Services Civilian Workers
Again Face Loss of Differential
Unless the McCarran Amendment is approved by both
the House and Senate, civilian employei of the Army,
Navy and Air Force will lose their differential by June
Senator Pat McCarran, t>., Nev., fer whom the amend-
ment was named, first lntroducted the 25% differential
section into the Civil Functions Bill In 1939.
Each year this amendment must be approved anew
by both the House and the Senate before civilian em-
ployes of the Armed Forces may be entitled to, the 5%
differential.
Panama Canal employes' differential is not threaten-
ed since they are covered by the Panama Canal Act of
Aug. 24, 1912 (section 81, title 2, Canal Zone Code) which
is the authority riven the Governor of the Canal to Pay
the additional 25% compensation. ___________
TEHERAN, June 14 (UP)
United'States ambassador Hen-
ry F. Grady visited Iranian Pre-
mier Mohamed Mossadegh here
today and told him of United
States concern at tribal unrest
in Southern Iran, near the oil-
fields.
His visit came shortly after a
Teheran newspaper quoted the
Russian ambassador as admit-
ting Russian paratroopers were
on Iran's northern borders.
Grady said the bad feared
the tribal uneasiness might af-
fect Iran' discussions with the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company,
but Mossadegh did not consid-
er the uneasiness particularly
significant.
He did not see why nationali-
zation discussions wit
House Gives Final Approval To
Biggest Tax Boost In History
By REX CHANEY
WASHINGTON, June 14 (UP)
House tax writers gave final
approval today to the biggest
tax increase In American his-
tory to help put the rearma-
ment program on a pay-aa-we-
go basis.
The record $7.500,000,000
measure would raise personal
income taxes 12 Vi per cent and
sharply increase levies on busi-
ness profits and many consumer
items such as liquor, clgarets.
ootnnany should not proceed on automobiles and gasoline.
ftwnW terms. n
Soviet Ambassador Ivan ead-
chlkov was today reported to
have told Iran's Foreign Minis-
try that Russian concentrations
on Iran's northern border were
uaralroop exercises.
He was reported to have ex-
plained Russia's position in
the event of Britain sending pa-
ratroopers to the oilfields, but
there was no hint of what his
explanation was.
It would Jolt gamblers with a
$60 annual occupational tax and
a 10 per cent tariff on all the
bets thev take.
And It would remove a few
Items the tax list, including
baby lotions and powders and
consumer electric light bills.
The House Ways and Means
Committee, which completed
work on the huge bill, sent the
measure to the House todav
Grady said that the United
States view Is that the break-
down' of oil negotiations with
the British controlled oil com-
pany would be serious for Iran.
He has urged that nothing
ought to be done by either side
to upset the meetings, the first
of which Is scheduled for this
evening. ^^^^^
Senator Johnston
To Attend AFCE
Meeting On Zone
Senator Olln D. Johnston,
Chairman of the Post Office and
Civil Service Committee of the
Senate. Is scheduled to attend an
AFGK Lodge meeting here June
27.
Accordlne to confirmation re-
ceived by Rufus Lovelady. presi-
dent of the AFGE from H. W.
Brawley. Staff Director of the
Senate Committee on Post Of-
fice and Civil Service. Senator
Johnston and his family will ar-
rive June 25 on a Panama R.R.
sbio.
Sen. Johnston has also accept-
ed the Lodge's invitation to visit
several Interior towns of Panama
during his stay. He plans to re-
turn on the 29th. Senator John- _---
ston is a Democrat from 8. Caro- day's blockade on Berlin-bound
lmil goods from West Germany
Berlin-Bound Goods
Hit by Red Blockade
Despite Threats
BERLIN, Jue 14 (UP) Defy-
ing Western threats of a counter-
blockade, the Russians today
tightened their economic block-
ade of Berlin.
New Soviet restrictions hit im-
ports into the city, as well as
Berlin's west-bound exports.
Bast Oerman police early to-
day reportedly confiscated about
$23,000 worth of goods being
shipped from West Germany to
Berlin by road.
At the same time the Russians
continued to block the shipment
out of the city of all goods they
ruled In short supply In the 8o-
These goods constituted about
half of west Berlin's normal ex-
""since mid-May the Russians
have refused more than 10,000
export permits to West Berlin
manufacturers, demanding proof
that the raw materials which
went Into their products did not
come from the Soviet zone
"Insufficient documentation
Is the Russians' season for to-
Pilotless Jets Took Part In Eniwetok
Tests, Furthered H-Bomb, New Wea pons
BY JOSEPH L. MYLER
mander of the Armed Force task military tactics will gain from In- lsyed to scientists before the
force which conducted the tests; formation obtained on the effects Planes asnea
WASHINGTON, June 14 The Gbvernment a^ounced yes- list who was technical director of and buildings of all kinds air- and the threearmedt servicespar
torSStharthe recent Enlwetok the tests, and other atotblc and planes, tanks, and other military ttelpatedto ^e ^t. N^y.iand
S;rSt!K ^esada^Ws^haslz- T&St dlsciosed that pilot, SlKS ffC ene tried
ment of the hydrogen super bomb ed that atomic air burste.desplte
and specialized atomic weapons their deadly blast and heat, do
for use against both field armies not leave a target area poisoned
and cities with radioactivity that would de-
The April-May test blasts at lay prompt rescue operations,
the Pacific island proving Dean made it dear that no
grounds also established that H-bombs of any size or nature
modern 'A-bombs are "several were detonated. Not would the of-
less jet fighters were used at
Eniwetok for the first time in
history. Drone Shooting Stars
and drone Flying Fortresses
were flown by remote control
close to the atomic bursts to
find out what such blasts do to
aircraft.
to nd out what was going on ut
the little atoll 4,500 miles weit
of San Francisco.
Officials reported that there
were no enemy attempts to pene-
trate into the 200-mile-square se-
curity area.
Brig. Gen. James Cooney, ra-
1" than the flcials state directly what atomic Piloted Superforts and a man- diation sa.fety yter tothe task
WoVldar if models and that warhead, for guided mUstles or ned B-47 Stratojet also were ex- force. "V^^Xt abasaros
Three of the Jet drones and one ery work after an alrburst of
production.
The progress report was given
pons proved
But Dean noted that "there was
by Chairman Gordon Dean of the a series of shots and wedldn't droro B-17 wre tojt but their atom bomb.
Atomic Energy Commission; Lt. test the same weapon twice." televised data about what toe Cooney said i ia^low uurn
Gen. Elwood R. Quesada, com- Quesada said civil defense and Wast did to them had been re- (Continued on Page I. Cei. >
where it may come up for action
next week.
The total is considerably less
than the $10.000.000.000 hike
asked by President Truman, and
there may be efforts In the
Serrate to bring the measure
closer to the Administration re-
quest.
Chairman Walter F. George,
D., Ga., of the Senate Finance
Committee estimates lt will be
Sept. 1 at least before Congress
can complete work on the bill
no-send lt to the President lor
signature.
The 12}4 per cent Increase In
individual tacme taxes would
raise an estimated $2,854,000.000
in new revenue. To figure the
new rate under this proposal,
the taxpayer takes I2!i per cent
of his present annual tax bill
and adds that amount to the
present tax cost. Under the
House committee bill, this would
become effective Sept. 1.
Corporation taxes would be
raised an estimated $2.085.000,-
000, plus another $732,000,000 In
excess profits taxes. The re-
mainder would be raised largely
through bigger excise taxes on
the manufacture and retail sale
of a number of products.
i----------------------------------------------------
AF Probers Decide
Iced Engine intakes
Caused Jets' Crash
WASHINGTON, June 14 (UP)
The Air Force said today Ice
that formed on engine Intakes
was the chief cause of the mass
crash of eight Jet fighters dur-
ing a thunderstorm near Rich-
mond, Ind last Friday.
Air Force Investigators, who
are continuing their Inquiry in
hopes of nreventing similar fu-
ture tragedies, said that so far
they have found "no Indication
of sabotage." The FBI particip-
ated In the Inquiry.
Three pilots were killed and
two Injured out of a flight of
34 planes en route from the big
Wright-Patterson Air Force base
at Dayton, O.. to Selfridge Air
Force Base. Mich. Three other
pilots escaped injury. Two rode
their planes to earth and one
parachuted to safety.
One of the survivors. Capt.
Bryce Long, who crash-landed
his plane, said his engine "ex-
ploded." He said at the time he
thought the weather had no-
thing to do with it.
But the Investigators found
the crashes here "due to a pecu-
liar set of localized atmospheric
conditions. They said this led to
what they called "engine inlet
screen-Icing."
An Air Force spokesman ex-
plained there Is a screen over
the front of the huge air Intake
on the F-84 Jet to keen foreign
matter out of the engine where
the air is compressed. Ice form-
ed over this screen, he said, and
prevented air from getting to
the engines.
Aviation experts said this
might have been caused by a
sudden and radical change In
the temperature. The almost-
simultaneous crashes occurred
during a thundershower with
lightning and winds up to S3
miles an hour.
The Investigators have in-
spected 14 of the planes now at
Selfridge Field and have found
no signs of visible damage. They
are continuing their inquiry
around-the-clock to make cer-
tain that none of the-others In
the flight was damaged.
UN Forces
Run Into New
Red Defenses
TOKYO. June 14 (UP)The
United Nations forces ran into
a new Commusilst defense line
and Intense artillery fire on the
east central front In Korea to-
day.
Allied spearheads made only
1.000 to 2.000 yard gains above
the eastern tip of the Hwachon
reservoir against the heaviest
opposition in this sector since
the fall of Yanggy last month.
As the Allied push In the sec-
tor came up against a prepared
Red defense line an Allied of-
ficer said:
"The enemy's main force Is
still definitely close In. They
apparently have plenty of men
not enough for a sustained of-
fensive, but they may counter-
attack anyway."
Farther west the Reds hasten-
ed their retreat after abandon-
ing Pyonggang, once northern
apex of fhelr now demolished
iron Triangle.
There was heavy resistance
from high ground northeast of
captured Kumhwa.
But from Kumhwa all the
way west to the Imjin River
valley above Seoul, United Na-
tions patrols reported little or
no contact with the withdraw-
ing Reds.
But the Communists are re-
ported standing fast on the far
western front, guarding the ap-
proaches to the North Korean
capital of Pyongyang.
There was one counter attacx
of regimental strength above
Kamsong. on the east coast.
When the first Allied column
entered Pyonggang the city was
"a rubbled hean of scorched
homes and factories." Not a
single person alive or dead-
remained in the city.
Edward A. Gaskin, President of Local 900, Govern-
ment and Civic Employes Organizing Committee, CIO#
told a House Expenditures Committee in Washington this
week that his group sees "a woeful waste of human re-
sources" in the operations of the Canal Zone.
Gaskin a Panamanian of West Indian descent
is in the United States on a government fellowship as an
exchange student. He is studying labor conditions undar
the auspices of the U.S. State Department.
Specifically he was testifying in favor of the enact-
ment of House bills 3406 and 3697 designed to create a
commission to study the administration of U.S. govern-
ment establishments overseas, and to report their find-
ings with recommendations to Congress.
Pantanal Wireman
Dies Suddenly On
lob at Mount Hope
Asa Charles Bullock, a Leading-
man Wireman for the Electrical
Division and a resident of the Ca-
nal Zone for 27 years, died sud-
denly about noon yesterday. He
was 5 years old.
Mr. Bullock was found uncon-
scious In a washroom of the Ma-
rine Electrical shop In the Indus-
trial Bureau area at Mount Hope.
Dr. Samuel D. Aycock of Colon
Hospital was called and pronoun-
ced Mr. Bullock dead at 12:20 pm.
A native of Hobart, Indiana,
Mr. Bullock was employed by the
Electrical Division Aug. 23, 1920,
at a time when there was begin-
ning to be a demand for men with
radio experience. He had served
In the Navy from 1915 to 1920.
being rated as an electrician, a
chief electrician and a radio gun-
ner.
His panam Canal service was
broken by a three-year absence
from the Canal Zone, between Oc-
tober, 1923. and December, 1928,
when he was reemployed. All of
hte service has been on the At-
lantic side of the Canal Zone with
the Electrical and Locks Dlvi-X
slons.
Mr. Bullock was made a fore-
man in the Electrical Division in
October, 1930, and on March 1,
1943, was promoted to a leading-
man wireman special, a position
he held at the time of his death.
He Is survived by his wife, Es-
ther; and a son Asa C. Bullock,
Jr.. of Diablo Heights. The son is
also a wireman with the Elc-
trica) Division. A brother. Oliver,
formerly Electrical Supervisor for
the Pacific Locks, is now living In
Saa Diego, California.
Funeral arrangements have
not yet been completed.
Gaskin said in part:
"In 1903, when America em-
barked on the construction of the
Canal, there existed a lack of
skilled labor on the Isthmus. To"
supply this need, skilled labor
was recruited from the continen-
tal U.3. at rates comparable to
those in the United States plus a
25% differential. Even in those
early years, the record will sub-
stantiate the fact that there were
skilled employes among the local
rate force, performing highly
skilled duties, but classified as
helpers. In many instances, such
persons 'carried' skilled supervis-
ors that is, did their work for
them.
Over the years since 1803, a
large proportion of the other
helpers' were required by their
supervisors to assume more and
more of their duties. As a conse-
quence, lt was not long before
these helpers who were 'learning
by doing' could perform all of
the skills required for a particu-
lar Job. Simultaneously, we had
a parallel situation developing.
"Supervisors, finding it pos-
sible to have their Jobs done by
someone else, eventually and
through a lack of practice be-
came less and less proficient
in these Jobs."
Gaskin further observed that
"Among the 'local rate' employes
in the armed services, we have
fully qualified electricians, car-
penters, clerks, stenographers,
mechanics, masons, upholster-
ers, linemen, diesel mechanics,
cabinet makers, chauffeurs and
many others.
"Yet the United States con-
tinues to bring down U.S. rate
employes for such Jobs in the
Panama Canal-Railroad or-
ganization."
Noting that "People in Latin
America look upon the Canal
Mrs. Elwyn Greene
Dies In Florida
Mrs. Elwyn Greene, wife of
the former Comptroller for The
Panama Canal, died Wednesday
night at her home In Braden-
ton, Florida. She was 82 years
old, and was a native of Wash-
ington, D. C. .
Mrs. Greene had been In ill
health for some time. Death oc-
curred at 11:30 p. m., according
to cables received by members
of her family here.
She had lived on the Canal
Zone from the early part of
1915 until her husband's retire-
ment In June, 1938._____
Zone as a mirror of America'
practice as against her ideals, ha
said." That mirror at present re-
veals to them a social and econ-
omic Image which is revolting, to
say the least.
Gaskin observed that lt was
"feeling of resentment and bit-
terness because of the treatment
accorded Panamanian citizens in
the Canal Zone which precipi-
tated the "base Incident" in 1948,
when the people pressured the
National Assembly Into rejecting
the renewal of air bases to the
United States Government. The
vote was 51 to 0. This occurred
despite the fact that sober-mind-
ed citizen* pointed out to the As-
sembly that Panama would suf-
fer an economic loss as a result.
However, the psychological at-
mosphere was such that no poli-
tician dared to oppose the pres-
sure. This is but one Illustration
of how the policies of the U.S. In
the Canal Zone adversely affect
the defense of-the Ctnal ahd'ot
the hemisphere.
"Not only are cltlsens of vari-
ous distant and nearby American
countries discriminated against
and segregated when contracted
to work for the United States
Government, but Panamanian
citizens, to whom the United
8tates Is committed by treaty ob-
ligations contained in the Treaty -
of 193 to equality of treatment
in all phases of employment, with
United States citizens, are also
subjected to the most degrading
and humiliating conditions ima-
ginable.
"We hold strongly the points of
view that from a security stand-
Bolnt, this situation can cost the
nlted States Government bil-
lions of dollars in years to come.
While billions of dollars are be-
ing expended yearly to stay the
rising tide of Communism in Eu-
rope, and In Asia, woefully scant
attention is being paid to the
Western HemisphereAmerica's
own backyardand to the condi-
tions which are fostered on the
Canal Zone under the aegis of the
United States Government."
Louis-Savold
Fight Off Again
NEW YORK, June 14 (UP)
The 15-round heavyweight
contender's battle between
Joe Loa is and Lee
Savold was postponed again
today until Friday night. The
bout wlU be held In Madison
Square Garden. Bad weather
again prevailed in New Fork
today. .
IIS
The total civilian volun-
teers for the Anti-Aircraft
Civilian Auxiliary Program
today reached US ap-
plicants since the registra-
tion which began yesterday
morning. A high percentage
of the registrants this
morning came from the
all community ef Gam-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
..,------Si.. : _________ ....._. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
TERRYA
SEEING THE LIGHT
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Knot ...........-.,..................June 14
SA. Chiriqui ...................................June 25
S.S. Manaqul...................................July 1
S.S. Chiriqui .....!.............................July 9
(Handling Rcfrlrcraird Chilled anal General Cartel
Arrives
New York Freight Service_________________Cristbal
S.S. Cape Ann .................................Jane 18
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................June 23
. S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................July 1
S.S. Cape Cod ............. ....................July 7
Weekly Ulllnfi to New Sork, Loj Angeles, San francisco, Seattle
Occasional Balllr.fi to New Orleans sad MsMle.
(The Steaaiers In this service are llmlied to (waive naasengerx)
rraqueol Fraithi Sailings rrosn Cristobal to cat Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Sa.1$
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala .. v Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui.....(Pauenfer Service Only)......June 26
S.S. Chiriqui...................................July 10
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53 French article
Passengers for California
Delayeu Three Weeks
Seven passengers who left La
Paz, Bolivia three weeks ago en
route to California, yesterday
were still in Balboa trying to 000-.
passage to the West Coast.
The Italian Navigation Line
ship Amerigo Vespucci left Chile
for Cristobal May 25 There, the
handful of passengers changed
for the United Fruit banana boat
San Jos, which took them
through the Canal to Balboa, and
up the coast. At Puerto Armuel-
les, the ship received instructions
to return to Balboa. Reasons were
not given.
Boarding another United Fruit
Company ship, the Hibueras, at
Balboa they thought they were
finally on the way. But at Oolfl-
to, Costa Rica, the vessel was
again sent -back to Balboa, with
no explanation given.
Mrs. A. Tuchler, one of the pas-
sengers and her 10-year-old
daughter, Ellssa were anxious to
reach California. This would be
their first trip to the States.
Eleven years ago, virs. 1 uchler,
a war refugee from Germany set-
tled with her husband in Bolivia.
Since his death she has made
plans to enter the States and live
with her sister in California.
Yesterday afternoon, after
three futile attempts to reach the
west coast, she had booked pas-
sage on the Norwegian ship, Ell-
zaoeth Bakke.
Aboard the Hibueras, which
left for Baltimore, Md., yesterday
was the Archbishop of Panama,
Francisco Beckman.
"Nechilik" Being Dry-Docked
A small boat of the Hudson Bay
Company, the Nechilik, which left
Balboa at 1 p.m. Monday, return-
ed three hours later because of
trouble with the bearings. She
retranslted the Canal yesterday
morning for dry-docking in Cris-
tobal. The Nechilik was bound for
Winnipeg via Mexico and Los An-
geles with a 5-man crew. She was
carrying a small cargo.
lean World Airways recently flew
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Havana. It was the second big
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Monday With 159
The S.S. Panam Is scheduled
to arrive at Cristobal Monday
with a load of 150 passengers, ac-
cording to the advance passen-
ger list from the Panam Line
offices at Balboa Heights.
Among the passengers who will
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the United States Embassy.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Harry Akers, Clemente Aseron,
Jr., Mrs. Rita C. Avila and son,
Mayer J. Bajtel, Mt;. and Mrs.
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Carrol], Miss Margaret Clark, Ri-
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Miss Bessie M. Dugan, and Miss'
Louise Durkin.
Miss Elaine Eckert, Ralph W.
Fels, Mk\ snd Mrs. Cecil I. Fidan-
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John Gill, Mrs. Ethel A. Gloss
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David D. McConnell, Miss Mary
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daughter, Roger T. Maduro, Miss
Ann H. Mallan. William E. Mal-
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Maureen A. Manush, Miss Marie
Martlne, Mr. and Mrs. Albert R.
Minor, Francis A. Molther, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Mower
and two children.
Thomas R. Newcomer, Miss
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Virginia A. Ryter, Mrs. Olive M.
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zel and three children, Mls# Alice
Williams. Miss Elaine Williams.
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company of entertainers. The
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The two-hour performance will
feature a number of specialties
and huge production sets, as well
as some beautiful costumes.
Admission prices will be $1 for
adults. Students with identifica-
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cents and children under 14 will
pay 35 cents.
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Wedemeyer Outdoes MacArthur
In All Out Or Get Out' Plea
Truman To War
Critics: What
Of Road Toll?'
BY JOHN L. CUTTER
WASHINGTON. June 14 (UP)
President Truman, lashing out at
his Korean war critics as the
"sabotage press" and "Congress-
ional demagogues," demanded to
know yesterday why they make
"no outcry" against the nation's
mounting highway toll.
Addressing the President's
fifth annual Safety Conference,
Mr. Truman said total U.S. ca-
sualties In Korea so far are fewer
than 80,000, while 35,000 Ameri-
cans were killed and more than
1,000,000 Injured In traffic acci-
dents last year.
"Now that Is an opportunity
for everyone of those fellows to
pick on the Administration and
they ought to make use of it," he
added with heavy sarcasm.
The President's angry attack
on his critics, who have been
stressing the number of casual-
ties In Korea, came in an off-the-
cuff departure from his prepared
address in which he warned that
highway accidents damage the
defense effort as much as enemy
sabotage.
"We have been attempting to
stop an act of aggression In Ko-
rea for the last year," he said.
"The total casualties for the
whole operation have been less
than 80,000 and that Includes ev-
erythingsickness, death in jeeps
by accidents, killed on the front,
captured on the front and
wounded."
(Gen. Omar N. Bradley, chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
told the Senate MacArthur In-
vestigating Committee May 24
that total American battle and
non-battle casualties In Korea to-
taled 141,995. On June 1 the De-
fense Department said battle ca-
sualties alone had reached 88,352.
(The White House later ex-
plained that the "less than 80.-
000" used by the President reer-
red to total battle casualties to
date, plus non-battle casualties
which have not returned to du-
ty.)
"But right here at home we
kill and permanently Injure 1.-
035,000 people and there Is no
outcry by the sabotage press, no
misstatement by columnists or
the Congressional demagogues,
and I wonder why?"
In his prepared speech, he told
some 4.000 public officials and
observers from 65 foreign nations
that: "The slaughter going" on
every day on our roads and
streets Is unnecessary and Inex-
cusable."
Mr. Truman said sometime this
year traffic accidents will claim
their 1.000 000th fatality since
1900. In addition to costing near-
ly $3,000.000.000 annually at pre-
sent. And the accident rate still
is rising, he added.
If JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON, June 14.(UP)Lt. Gen. Al-
bert C. Wedemeyer charged yesterday that the
Administration's Korean war tactics "would play
directly into the Communists' hands" by leading to
a "stalemate" war that would sap American
strength. ,
He warned the United States must either "play
this tragic game in Konea to win" or pull out its
troops and prepare to fight Communism at a place
of its own choosing.
His statement put Wedemeyer even more firm-
ly on the side of Gen. Douglas MacArthur and
amounted to a dramatic challenge of views ex-
pressed by Defense Secretary George C. Marshall,
the Joint' Chiefs' of Staff and Secretary of State
Dean Acheson.
peak of our military strength,
and then at the lowest polntof
our disarmament with no slight-
est preparation or word of warn-
ing, plunged us into a war which
they now seem afraid to wia,*
he continued.
Disaster Is inherent, he said,
"In a policy which arbitrarily
confines the full Impact of all
our air and naval bombarjl*
. ment to the Korean peninsula.*'
bloodstream. Yet the present such a policy may oblitera^
plan of passive defense envis- the Korean people "we ail
ages the Indefinite continuance | pledged to protect," he Said.
of the indecisive stalemate with |
its compounding losses, In the -r;0 What great depth mlgnft
vain hope that the enemy will; morality possiblv sink he a*-
ultimately tire and end his ag- e "Mighty efforts are und>l
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Wedemeyer summarized his i
views as he concluded three days
of testimony before the Senate.
committee investigating MacAr-i
thur's recall. After Senators fin- ]
Ished questioning him, he read
a 2,000-word statement outlln-
lng what he believes American
policy should be.
Wedemeyer, former U. S. chief
in China, and now retiring com-
mander of the 8th Army, said
he could not accept either an
"extended delay" or a "stale-
mate'' In Korea. He summed up
his opposition to such tactics
this way:
In delay, we would be ex-
pending resources, human and
material, to a prohibitive de-
gree. In stalemate, we would
simply restore the status quo
before June 36, a year ago, and
In so doing release the forces
of Communism to pursue their
aggressions elsewhere or to re-
new them later in Korea.
"Either of these latter courses
would play directly Into Com-
munist hands. The cost of such
"containing" tactics would be
wholly Incommensurate, In my
Judgment, with the intangible
gains that have been suggested
by prior witnesses to the mem-
bers of this committee."
Wedemeyer's statement, which
touched on global military pol-
icy and Included recommenda-
tions for a new Government
agency to "evolve global plans,"
added up to a swan song on his
Army and Air Force career. He
is due to retire July 31.
Wedemeyer recalled that the
United States has undertaken
global commitments, In Europe,
the Par East and elsewhere.
"To date," he said, "our com-
mitment in Korea Is proving the
most costly. Thus, either we
should provide the means to
fight In Korea to an early, de-
cisive and victorious conclusion
or we should get out."
Wedemeyer repeated through-
out his three days' testimony
that the United Nations should
get out of Korea a move op-
posed by MacArthur unless
this country had weapons or
tactics up Its sleeve of which
he was unaware.1 ,
He also called for aid and na-
val attacks against Communist
China as recommended by
MacArthur If U. N. forces are
not withdrawn. He specifically
urged bombing of the Manchur-
lan railroad even though "it
might result In war" with
Russia.
In his concluding statement,
Wedemeyer directly challenged
the Administration's Korean war
alms to kill as many Com-
munist soldiers as possible while
building up American strength
to meet the Russian threat.
"My concern," he said, "Is
that we have permitted a very
Important military operation to
develop in a rather unimportant
strategic area. So from a strate-
gic viewpoint, I would say that
area was not the place to put
a major effort, a major Allied
effort, a major United Nations
effort."
Mac Opens Up
With Heavy
Guns In Texas
gresslon.
He said that "the defenders
of the existing policy of va-
cuum" are the same persons who
"suddenly and without slightest
preparation or seeming consi-
deration of the military and po-
litical potentialities threw us
into the conflict."
"These are the very men who.
in the face of mounting peril,
deliberately demobilized at the
way to conceal these facts. Eto*
the march of events and tpa
common sense of the American
people cannot fall ultimately Jo
reveal the full truth."
Before he files back to Ht*
York Saturday. MacArthur will
also visit Houston. Oalveston,
San Antonio. Dallas and Fo/C
Worth In a whirlwind tour tnM
Includes five speaking engage-
ments, all outdoors.
4
FOR PERFECT LIVING COMBINE:
By H. D. QUIGG
AUSTIN, Tex., June 14 (UP)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur said
yesterday that the "surest way,
the only way to prevent World
War III Is to end the Korean
conflict rapidly and decisively."
"The surest way to Insure
World War III," he said in a
speech before a joint session of
tne Texas Legislature, Is to con-
tinue the Korean war "Indecis-
ively and indefinitely."
Speaking on the steps of the
State Capitol, MacArthur lashed
present U. S. policy in Korea as
"appeasement." His speech cli-
maxed a procession through
Austin's streets in which more
than 25,000 persons cheered the
five star general who was oust-
ed as the top U. S. military man
In the Far East. <
"The existing policy of ap-
peasement is defended on the
ground that If our military re.
action be conventional and we
carry the war to the enemy in
a manner calculated to destroy
his capability of killing our
sons and those whose protection
we have assumed, we would ln-
ur the wrath of the Soviet and
provoke the start of a world
war," MacArthur said.
"No argument could be more
fallacious."
He said the present plan of
"passive deiense" Is callous,!
naive and unrealistic. A major
operation is needed. MacArthur'
said, to cure the situation.
"Failure to take such decisive,
action as In cancer Is but
to Invite Infection of the entire
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Dodgers Score 5th Straight Win Over Cardinals
by
JOE WILLIAMS
I*
Putting sac little word after ahother and whatever kecaitie
of Lee Meeker? He's the \ount man who shot a 64, lowest ever.
M lead the National Open in the first round last year. Hasn't
been heard af linee. Another alien threat to tab in this tear
Open, bejfnnint. toda, la Roberto DeVicenio, 38-rear-elri Baenes
Airee aro, who alreadv holds the French, Dutch, Mexican and
Argentine Opens and was second to South Africa'* Hobby Locke
la the British open last summer. Leehe, by the way, la a cer-
tain starter in the Detroit tee party.
It was dlfflealt to tell at the start whether the $tt platers
at Shor's Country'Club in midtown had fathered to pay tribute
l rainbow Jimmy Demaret as a golfer, a revolutionist, a clothes
horse, or a baritone.
"I haven't the slightest idea what this is all about,'' con*
tested the guest of honor.
As the nlfht progressed, if that's the Word, perplexity kept
pace. A manufacturer of men's clothes spoke at length of De-
maiet's Importance to Industry. It seems the golfer has 200 pairi
of pants, no two alike as to color.
At one point the manufacturer asked Johnny Farrell, Winner
of the 1928 National Open, to stand...
"Farrell used to be the best dressed golfer in the world. Now
Demaret li."... The end of a saga, the beginning of another.
There was a time when a golfer was distinguished for his shots.
Mow it's his shirts.
Shirley Povich. Washington sports nlstorian, presented Dema-
ret With a citation from the US. Attorney General in recognition
of his sturdy independence and unremitting fervor for the good
neighbor policy. Earlier in the year, Demkret. along With others,
had defied the high brass of golf and played in the Mexican
Open, an event unblessed by the governing organization and for
w.'iich act of rebellion was publicly disciplined.
Mr. Povich observed this was a precedent. No other U.S. At-
torney General had ever made such a gesture in behalf of sports.
Somehow It was comforting. World peace seemed closer. Maybe
Acheson did have a point.
A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW
Official Washington was additionally represented. Mike Dl-
Salle was present. The chubby price control genius seems to be
sharpening his control in Shor's bull pen these nights. He made
with the jokes and the witty sayings. The one about the eggs and
the cabbages was a rip snorter. Oh. brother!
Once in a while there'U be a slip and somebody would get
around to Demaret, the golfer, whose next stop will be the Open
in Detroit. Today, to be specific. Demaret has never won
the Open. There were firm promises this oversight would be tak-
en care of without delay.
As a matter of truth, the gay Texan, who came up with
Byron Nelson. Ben Hogan and that group, la one of our better
olfers. He has won the Masters, a top tournament, three times.
No other paragon of sartorial splendor can make this statement.
Demaret is unique among his contemporaries: He seems to get
a little pleasure out of golf.
That's really why the boys got together and tossed a gala for
him. He's a good fellow, a good sport and a good spender. An-
other Walter Hagen. the speakers repeatedly stressed. The club
pro, Mr. Shor, wat one of the speakers.
"The greatest ballplayer I ever saw Is Joe DIMagglo. The
greatest hitter Is Stan Musial (who just happened to be on hand)
and the greatest sportsman Is Jimmy Demaret." There was gen-
eral readiness to buy the Demaret appraisal. DIMagglo and Musial
*dn'tj-4tove so rapidly. The price war hysteria hasn't extended
- that- 4a*. -
Granny Bice, the elder statesman of the press box, was a mild
dissenter. It wat evident he didn't want anybody to sell Hagen
short, either, as a golfer or a sport. "I'll tell you a story that
shows what sort Of a guy Hagen was."
Louis, Savold Clash Tonight;
16,000 Fans To Pay $100,000
i
MR. Dl'ROCMER WAS THERE
/
S Here's the story Mr. Rice told: "Hagen and Joe KlrkWood
re playing an exhibition match In New Orleans. 'What's the
Mourse record?' Hagen asked. It was 07. I'll bet $1.000 I can break
3. He had a 10-footer for a 66 at the 18th. He tapped the ball
eweually and without waiting to see whether it dropped, turned
Lffld said to the men he had bet with: 'OK, suckers, give me the
{Jpugh'." Inferen'iallv. Mr. Bice seemed tn be saying: "Can Dema-
jpj't match that?''
Leo Durocher got into the act. He had just come from the
Solo Grounds where the brilliant Sal Mage Won his ninth
""[tight for the Giants, longest winning streak In the majors.
"I want to tell you what kind of questions baseball writers
t," began the Dkndy Little Manager. "They come to you after
tiEje game and they say. what was Mage throwing out there
ytonlght?' How In the hell did 1 know what he was throwing."
NEW YORK, June 14 (UP)
The heavyweight bout between
former Champion Joe Louis and
Lee Savold was postponed be-
cause of rain.
A light drlaals started falling
shortly after noon-time in New
York yesterday and the bout Was
called off until tonight at the po-
lo Grounds. Louis was returned
to his training camp in Pompton
Lakes. New Jersey but savold
stayed in town to workout In a
local gymnasium.
Commissioner Eddie Bagan of
the New York Boxing Commis-
sion said it will not be neescsary
to have another weigh in today.
international Boxing Club offi-
cials decided to call off the fight
until tonight when they checked
with the Weather Bureau. It
forecast rain all afternoon and
evening, with clearing skies pre-
dicted by noon today.
Ninety minutes before rain
started falling Louis weighed In
at 211'/4 pounds for his 15-round
scrap With the left-hooker from
Englewood, New Jersey. Savold
weighed 190 pounds for the Polo
Grounds bout.
Louis scaled three pounds more
than expected. It is the heaviest
the Detroit ex-champ has weigh-
ed in a comeback bout except for
those with Ezzard Charles and
Cesar Brlon.
Dr. Vincent Nardlello examined
the fighters and said both were
In good condition considering
their ages. Savold Is 36 years old;
Louis, 37.
Both fighters had the same
blood pressure130 over 80.
Promoter Jim Norris of the In-
ternational Boxing Club still Is
confident the bout will draw
about 16,000 fans with a gate of
$100,000.
"We'll go to the ball park with
an advance of about $40,000," says
Norris, "and the sale at the park
Will take care of the rest."
Louis remained a heavy tl-to-8)
favorite. The Brown Bomber is
favored lat 5-to-7t to win by a
knockout. The odds are long
(6-to-l) on 8avold's winning via
a kayo.
The fight will not be broadcast
or televised for private use. How-
ever, it will be televised to the-
aters in five cities outside the
New York areaCleveland, Alba-
ny, Chicago, Washington and
Baltimore.
Pacific Basketball League
To Hold Twin-Bill Tonight
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Government Hoop
Loop Opens June 18
at Balboa Gym
Six teams are lined up for the
Government League thit year,
and it should prove to be an In-
teresting season. The teams are
as follows :
PaquetesCapt. Larry Jones.
Eagles Capt. Jack Baldwin.
RancherosCapt. Bill Oarlhi.
Balboa GymnasiumCapt.
Paul Karst.
CurunduCapt. Andv Piala.
BombersCapt Charles Brown
Games will be played every
week "day afternoon starting at
4:46. All games will be played in
Balboa Gymnasium. Following Is
a schedule for the first half:
June 18 Paquetes vs Eagles.
18Rancheros vs. Balboa
Gym.
30Curundu vs. Bombers.
21 Eagles Vs. Rancheros.
22 Balboa Oym vs. Curun-
du.
36 Bombers vs. Paquetes.
26 Balboa Gym vs. Bomb-
ers.
27Curundu vs Eagles.
28Paquetes vs. Rancheros.
20Eagles vs. Balboa Gym.
July 2Paquetes vs. Curundu.
2Bancheros vs. Bombers.
6 -Bombers vs Eagles.
6Curundu vs. Rancheros.
Balboa .Gym vs. Paque-
tes.
10Rancheros vs. Balboa
Gym.
11 Bombers vs. Curundu.
12Eagles vs. Rancheros.
13Curundu vs. Balboa
Oym.
18Paquetes vs Bombers.
17Eagles vs. Paquetes.
18Balboa Gym vs. Bomb-
ers.
18Eagles vs. Curundu.
20 Rancheros vs. Paquetes.
Here are some of the young men
you will see In action this year In
Government League games: Lar-
ry Jones, Louis Dedeaux, Bobby
Suisman, Francis Conover. Bill de
la Mater. Charles Updike, Al Nec-
kar. Jim Frazer, Dito Smith, Jer-
ry Welch and scores of others.
On paper, the teams line up
fairly evenly and should result In
many hard fought and exciting
games. Spectators are welcome
and at no charge whatsoever. All
we ask Is your sportsmanship.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Albrook........1 8 1.000
Royal Crown .... 1 1.880
Lincoln Life.....8 1 .800
Mauricio.......6 .1 .060
Pacific Side Basketball League
fans will have their second look
tonight at the contenders for the
1851 championship, when the
Lincoln Life- Insurance team
meets the Mauricio squad in the
first game of a doublehtader, and
the Albrook Flyers and Royal
Crown Sodamen tangle in the
second game.
Both games will be played on
the court of the Balboa Gymnasi-
um with the first game starting
at 7:00 p.m. and the second game
getting under way Immediately
after the conclusion of the first
game.
The Lincoln Life boys and the
Mauricio team both were defeat-
ed In their opening game and
both will be out to move into the
win column at the expense of
their opponent and a close, hard-
fought game is predicted
In the nightcap, the Albrook
Flyers, who started the season
with a bang by scoring 79 points,
will be out to continue their win-
ning ways against the Royal
Crown squad, also victorious in
their first game. The winner
takes undisputed position in first
place, so both squads will be all
out in an effort to win.
The Sodamen will have to hold
down the Flyers high scoring duo
of Parsell and Bcalfani if they
hope to. win, and at the same time
rely on their own scoring threats
in the persons of Williams, Tom,
and Arosemena.
National League
Tcamti
Brooklyn. .
Now York .
Boston ....
Cincinnati. .
St. Louis . .
Philadelphia.
Chicago ...
Pittsburgh. .
Won Lost Pet.
13
29
26
26
28
25
22
18
IS .848
26 .527
26
25
26
27 .481
.888
.588
26
$1
.468
.388
TODAY'H GAMES
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at St. Loats.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ,
BOSTON at PITTSBURGH
(Postponed, Raint
New York 100 001 0305 7 '1
Cincinnati 000 002 0002 5 2
Kennedy, Spencer (3-D. Mag-
lie and Westrum; Blackwell i7-6>
and Schefflng.
Phil'phla 000 110 0218 11 1
Chicago. 000 000 0000 4 4
Roberts (7-5) and Semlnlck:
Kllppstein (1-8), Kelly and
Walker.
Brooklyn............ 7
St. Louis............ 4
Faces In
The Majors
American League
Teams
Chicago . .
New. York ,
Boston ....
Cleveland .
Detroit ....
Washington .
St. Louis . .
Philadelphia.
Won Lost Pet.
. 24 14 .798
. 32 19
. 88
. 28
. 25
. 18
. 18 34 .348
. 15 84 .308
.827
22 .577
28 .548
24 .518
38 .875
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Washington i\),
St. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
Cleveland at Philadelphia (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTE
ST LOUIS at NEW YORK
(Postponed, Rain)
--------
Detroit 000 000 0004) f 0
Boston 010 000 Olx2 i 0
Trout (8-71 and Glnsblfg*
Wight (3-4,) and Moss.
CLEVELAND at PHILADELPHIA
(Postponed, Rain)
Lou Boudreau
Kt>.4
R. Scarborough
GUN CLUB
NOTES
ON SALE AT LEADING STORES IN
PANAMA, COLON and DAVID
REPRESENTATIVES CIA. ATLAS, S. A.
IT'S A
DOG'S UF,
AIP.I6HT-
The annual business meeting of
the Pedro Miguel Gun Club will
be held on Its range and club-
house on the highway atop of Pa-
raso Hill on Sunday morning.
June 17. Lunch and shooting In
addition, of course.
This important meeting will
consider reports of officers, elect
members to replace outgoing of-
ficers, and plan for the coming
year The matter of advancement
in dues will be brought up, but In
this connection remember that
three-year memberships bought
at the present rate are good until
their termination.
In view of the new townaite and
other matters pending, it is im-
portant that all members be pre-
sent. There should be 75 on hand,
and at least 80. it is trusted new
members will all be present, so we
can get mutually acquainted.
Bring the family along, and make
a picnic Of it. This is an informal
and good time.
President Lyman says, "There
has never been a lob yet that
can't be successfully filled by
someone elseand never forget
that."
"We have new members who
are good executive material and
who will find that club officer
work will make them friends and
prove interesting and worthwhile
who among us, as men of under-
standing, can best work and best
agree as officers for the interests
or our club, and Its members
There are capable men in the
P.M.O.C., worthy and well quali-
fied. Consider carefully and pick
the best. Then, help and support
them."
CHICAGO at WASHINGTON
(Postponed, Rain)
ABC, Biddy League
Basketball Begins
In Balboa June 18
All boys who want to play In
either of the above classification
mutt sign up and be weighed and
measured In Balboa Gymnasium
by Friday, June 15. To be eligible
to play fbr Balboa, a boy must
live In Balboa, Balboa Heights,
Port Amador, Fifteenth Naval
District or Quarry Heights. Anv
boy under 8 years of age should
not sign ap.
Boys will not be added ta the
team rosters after June 18, to if
you want to play don't delay.
Come Into Balboa Gymnasium
and you will be taken care of.
Pan II Captures
Ascot Gold Cup
ASCOT, England, June 14 (UP)
The Ascot Gold Cup, top event
of the Royal Race Meeting, was
won by France today when E.
Constant's four-year-old Pan II.
ridden by R. Poincelot finished
in front of Winston Churchill's
veteran Colonist II, who was pi-
loted by Tom Gosling, and anoth-
er French horse, Alltler, who is
owned by Baron Ouv de Roths-
child and was ridden by F. Palm-
er, plated third.
,? H won by three lengths
with two lengths separating the
second and third horses.
'Local Rate'
Little League
Opens Tonight
Local Rate youngsters tee off
tohight, at seven o'clock, at the
Balboa Stadium, in the Inaugural
games of the Isthmian Little
League Baseball. Admission Is
free.
H. L. Donovan, Director, Com-
munity services Bureau, and Ca-
nal zone Little League Commis-
sioner", will burn over the inaug-
ural pitch in the first game of the
doubleheader.
Master Sgt. Marvin Mctheny,
Leohard Roberts, Fit Roberts,
and Alfred Will be the umpires.
in the opener, the Lesterlo Iflll
Xa Bocans will tackle Twin City
Rookies, a snappy outfit from the
Red Tank-Paralto area. The line-
up of the Twlncity team has been
kept a secret but the Iflll midg-
ets will present the following:
Rudolph Brown, 2b; Ivan Lord,
3b; .Leroy Best, as; Robert Pate,
c; Ricardo Inniss, lb; Earl Best,
If; Guillermo Payne, cf; Albert
Watson, rf; Pedro Wellington, p.
in the second tilt, the Leroy
Fertus Cubs will have the follow-
ing line-up against the Monticel-
lo Oamboana: Walter St. Louis,
c; Allan Forde, lb; Antonio How-
ell, 2b; Anthony Brown, se: James
Howard, 3b; Cecil Griffith,, If;
Bertram Sinclair, cf; Alfred
Brown, rf; Karl Sinclair, p.
The public is cordially Invited.
Along The Fairway*
The monthly tournament of
the Panam Women's Golf Asso-
ciation will be held this Satur-
day June 18, at the Panama Golf
Club. Tournament chairmen of
Individual clubs are asked to
submit their club entries to Mrs.
Sylva Carpenter, 2-1777, not lat-
er than Friday noon In order that
matches may be arranged.
Teelng-off tune will be 8:30.
New golfers who do not choose
to play the full 18 holes are wel-
come to participate in the spe-
cial B-hele tournament (teelng-
off time 9:30) and need not be
P.W.O.A. members.
BINGO! BANG 01 BONGO
Promises to be lnterestln| and
fun.
Snider Stars With Homer
Double And Two Singles
f X UnSt Prtis I
NEW YORK, Juna 14 Tht D.fl.r. deftoft. the
Cardinals for tht fifth straight tima and seventh tima in
nine flamas this saason 7-4 in St. Louis lost night.
Since the Cardinals re one of
the big teams the Dodgers have
to beat In the National League,
those are convincing figures. -
Duke Snider put the game be-
yond recall with hit 14th hom-
era three-ran blast in the
sixth inning. He added a dou-
ble and two singles to pace the
r leven -hit Dodger < attack.
Clyde King pitched twh-hlt re-
lief ball after the fifth Inning to
score his fifth victory. King took
Over for Joe Hatten in the fifth
when the Cardinals scored their
fourth run. The others came on
Del Rice's three-run homer.
The Giants improved their hold
oh second place by downing the
Reds 5-2 at Cincinnati and the
Phillies blanked the Cubs 5-0 at
Chicago. The Boston kt Pitts-
burgh game was rained out.
In the American League's only
iame. the Red Sox shut out the
Igers 2-0. 8t. Louis at New York.
Chicago at Washington and
Cleveland at Philadelphia were
all rained out, also.
The Phillies, who have been
backtracking most of the sea-
son, appeared at last to be back
on the right track at they mov-
ed ap to sixth place with their
eighth victory tn the last ele-
ven games behind Robin Rob-'
erts' four-hitter.
Roberts strong-armed the Cubs,
trlking out seven to win hit sev-
enth game. Willie-dones and
Richie Ashburn, with three hits
apiece, set the batting pace al-
though four Cub errors helped
the Philly cause along. The Cubs
dropped to seventh place.
Errors also wrecked Ewell
Blackwell who pitched well en-
ough but was tagged for three
unearned ruhs In the eighth on
errors by Virgil Stallcup and Con-
nie Ryan.
Whltey Lockman hit a Giant
homer earlier and Don Mueller,
who singled and doubled to set
the hitting pace, deliveren the
key blow to the first toning run
off Blackwell.
George Spencer won the game
in a relief assignment but had to
have help from Sal Mage who
came in to retire the last five Red
batters.
Lefty BIN Wight turned la
the on* top job credit* U him
that far when 1 c blanked the
Tigers for the Rod Baa an live
Bits. It wat Bit third vletarv
against four defeats but mark-
ed the first time he had gone
the rente this year. '
Vera Stephens gave Wight all
the help he needed with a first
Inning triple that scored Bobby
Doerr with the first Red So* run.
Ted Williams drove in the other
run in the eighth with a double
after Dom DIMagglo had singled.
Entries Now Open
For Fourth of July
Senior Track Meet
The annual Independence Dap
Benlor Trck and Field Meet will
be held on July 4, 1951 at 5 p.m.
in the Balboa Stadium, tntry
forms for this meet are available
kt U. 8. Rate gymnasiums and
athletic offices of the Armed
Forces.
An invitation to compete id
this meet has been extended to
the Republic of Panam. It it ex-
pected that keen competition will
result when the trac asters iron!
the Republic vie with the thin
dads ironi the Armed Services
and the Canal Zone.
Trophies will be awarded to the
first place winner* In the indi-
vidual events and to the mem-
bers of the winning relay teams.
Medals will be given to the tee*
ond and third place contestants
in the individual events.
The list of events and tlm
schedule for the meet:
Discus.
Shot Put.
Broad Jump.
High Jump,
p.m.130 yd. HI. Hurdles.
p.m.Mile Run.
p.m.440 yd. Dash.
p.m.100 yd. Dash,
p.m.880 yd. Run.
m.820 yd. Dash.
_jBV-*He Relay .t 4*440).
p.m.440 yd Relay (4x110)
8:00
8:05
8:15
8:80
8:S
8:35
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BCEPTION AT U.S. EMBASSY KJB8IDENCE
NIGBT IN HONOR OF FOHBION MINISTER MOLINO
M.rfay M. Wlae, Charge d'Affair** lalaiiaiM tBO
L.ite tato* la Paaam, Ml Mr. Wise *^ entertain higa
officials of Pnuu and flu CMil * th* diplomatic and
ocuelar MfN. an* their wit** A A NWttM At 1 MA. ltd*
*V*ttag M t* MkAMT raatdeaee at la Cr**ta t feMHll
Igaaele Mellae. tttatster of F*rela Affair, of th. Beambli*
f fMuuu, ant Mn. MoUa*.
Un of term ton, Pa., accompan-
ied toy their daughter, Eileen,
will arrive Monday aboard the
A. 8. Panama from New York
far a via of four day* In Pan-
ama as the house guest* ol the
United State Consul and Mr,
Charlea M. Oerrlty.
Mb Aria* and Flanee
Honered at Parti*.
Mr. and Mr. Clarence Mr-
quez entertained with a dinner
given Tuesday evening at their
residence in honor of Mlaa Ana
Lucrecia Arias and Ma. Guiller-
mo Andreve, whose marriage
will take place on June as at
Cristo Rey Church in Vista del
Mar.
Mia Rita Andreve entertained
a large group of Iriends at a
tea and linen shower at the
Panama Oolf Club compliment-
ing Mis Arias.
Hatty Chan te Wed
Arthar E. Batten
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yee Chan
f Qamboe announce the en-
gagement ana approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Betty
Pern Tee, to Mr. Arthur Eldon
utton, ton of Mr. and Mr.
Harry Blmer Button of Oreen-
vffie, Hi.
Mlaa Chan 1 a nurse at Oor-
gaa Hospital, and Mr. Button 1
With the Cristobal police force.
The wedding la planned for
June M.
Mr. Greene Henar*
Wm Newiaad Today
Mr. J. W. Greene honored
MIA* Mary Martin Newland,
whose, marriage to Dr. William
rranklln Clary Will take place
Juna 90, at a coffee party given
at har residence on Balboa
Heights at 10 a.m. today.
Charlas Madisen
WIU Leave TaaMrrow
Charles Madison of AUcon,
who has been active In th*
Theatre Guild activities since its
organisation last year, will sail
on the B.S. Ancn tomorrow to
make his residence in the United
State.
Tom Newcomer Ball*
For the Isthmus
After spending a vacation of
several weeks in New York and
Washington. D. c, Tom New-
comer, oh of Governor and Mrs.
Francis K. Newcomer, sailed
, from New York yesterday a-
board the 8. S. Panama en rout*
to the Isthmus.
Balboa Woman's Club
Hear* Captain Darden
Members of the Balboa Wo-
man's Club heard an Interesting
and enlightening talk on the
organization and work of the
Canal Zone's police force given
by C.tptaln B. A. Darden of the
Balboa District at the first
meeting of the new club year
yterday.
After the talk and a subse-
quent discussion, refreshments
were served by hostesses Mrs.
Virginia Boney, Mrs. Ann Davis,
and Mrs. Betty McKeown. Mrs.
O. Joustra was in charge of
table decorations, and Mrs. A.
H. Evans poured.
Mr*. Wlllard F. Allbrlght, act-
ing president, presided at the
short business meeting that fol-
lowed. Mrs. O. K. Withers spoke
on the Red Cross voluntary ser-
vice* and solicited the help of
all those who can aid m their
vital program.
Mr. and Mrs. McLaaghUn
Arriving for Visit
Mr. and Mrs. John McLaugh-
Mr. Lara* Will Arrive
On Monday
Mr. O. Wallace LaRu*, Second
Secretary of the United State*
Embassy in Panama, Is expected
to return Monday aboard the
8. S. Panama from New York
after a vacation of two spent
in Sterling, 111.
Shower Honor*
Mr*. Howard
Officer* of the Fern Leaf
Chanter, O. E. 8., and members
of the Rainbow Board were
guests at a shower recently held
In honor of Mr*. Vance Howard
of Cocoli at the home of Mrs.
E. W. Schnake of Pedro Miguel.
Hostesses for the occasion
were Mr*. Schnake, Worthy Ma-
tron Mrs. Harry Gardner, and
Mrs. Gerald Fox.
Edward Davidson Complete*
Year at Kent School
Edward Crawford Davldaon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. David-
son of th Fifteenth Naval Dis-
trict, sailed yesterday from New
York aboard the 8. 8. Panama
after completing the school year
at Kent School in Kent. Conn.,
to spend the summer with his
parents.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mr. Robert Fredette
of Balboa announce the birth of
their second child, Raymond, on
June 8. Mrs. Fredette is the for-
mer Doris Conner.
Head rick van't Veld
Completes Cellege Coats
Word has been received from
Mrs. Etelvina van't Veld, former-
ly of Curundu and now of Tor-
ranoe, calif, of the graduation of
her son. Hendrlck van't Veld,
from Georgetown University in
Washington, D.C., on April II.
REGISTRATIONS STILL OPEN
FOR SUMMER CLASSES
DOROTHY CHASE
with
Excellent opportunity for Beginner*
and Little Tot*.
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Applications also taken far a Special
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Duplicate Briaga
Wiaoors Lasted
Winners At duplicate contract
bridge at he Diablo Height
clubhouse Monday night ware as
follows: first, Tom Orr and Ro-
bert Torres; second, Mr. and
Airs. W. L. Norrls; third, Mr.
And Mrs. Robert Get man: fourth,
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Robinson.
Rasasaag* Bah te be Held
fat BeHa Vtsta HJeaaa
A rummage sale to benefit th
Bella Vista Children's Home will
be held at the Ancn Greenhouse
tomorrow from a.m. to I p.m.
Coandr. and Mrs. Agaew
Visit the lathsaas
Commander and Mrs. Jack Af-
new and their four children of
Malvern, Pa., were the overnight
guests Saturday of Mr*. J. W.
Davlee and Mrs. Asjnew's aunt,
Mrs. Maud Davles of Pedro Mi-
guel and Santa Clara.
Mrs. Agnew is the former _
es Mack, daughter of the la'
Irs. A. L. Maci, who resided in
Balboa.
This was Mrs. Agnew's first vis-
it to the Isthmus in 17 years.
Mise Hernandos
Honored at Shower
Miss Carmen Hernandez, whose
marriage to Dr. Juan Maesot will
take place on Friday, June 32,
was honored at a linen shower at
the Fern Room of the Hotel Tl-
vhli Sunday with the following
guests attending: Miss Patricia
Kenealy, Miss Dora Cardenas,
Miss Mary Ridge, Miss Maria
Hernandez, Mrs. Arwin Jansson,
Mrs. DeWitt Myers, Miss Gloria
Shelton, Mrs. Daisy Clement,
Miss Arlene Lincoln, Mlat Dora
de la Ossa, Mrs. Kay Hadley,
Mis* Maria del Placa, Miss Tita
Romagosa and Miss Mary Diaz.
Doctors' Wives Meet
at Valen dab Yesterday
Members of the Doctors' Wives
Club held a Panamanian lunch-
eon yesterday at the Union Club,
at which Panamanian food was
served and entertainment inclu-
ded native music and dances, and
a talk on the history of the polle-
ra given by Miss Ramona Lefe-
vre.
Members at the luncheon were:
Mrs. T A. Arias, Mrs. J. c. Batos,
Mrs. 8. H. Blber. Mrs. C. O
Blltch. Mrs. B. F. Boyd, Mrs. D. W.
Bradley, Mrs. Burrey, Mrs. Cas-
per, Mrs. J. J. Casey, Mrs. A.
Charlock. Mrs. Christiansen,
Mrs. C. T. Davis. Mrs. Day,Mrs.
E. D. Erman. Mrs. M. Flneman,
Mrs. Gonzalez-Re villa. A., Mrs.
A. A. Orebe, Mrs. D. M. Hardy,
Mrs. Jacobs. Mrs. R. T. James.
Mrs. F. B. Jones,Mrs. 8. A.Kay,
Mrs. Kopp. Mrs. C. H. Lesley,
Mrs. J. C. Lawrence. Mrs. L. 8.
Leland, Mrs. B. Levatln. Mrs. A.
Mastellarl. Mrs. F. C. McClana-
han. Mrs. R. R. McOee, Mrs. B.
Oelnick. Mrs. J. D. Osborn. Mrs.
R. F. Postlewaite, Mrs. Ramirez,
Mrs. B. 8. Reed, Mrs. H. W.
Shreck. Mr. O. Slutsky, Mrs. F.
P. Smith, Mrs. M. J. Smith. Mrs.
T. I. Spencer, Mrs, A. H. Sprtn-
gall, Mrs. I. J. atrumpf, Mr.
Thompson, Mrs. Wuseow, Mrs. C.
A. Zarzecki, Mrs. o. E. Seme,
Mrs. Slgafoo, Mr. X. R. Berger,
Mrs. R. W. Bonlfacl, Mrs. W.
Brown, Mrs. H. C. Deerlng, Mr.
L.I. Fontaine. Mr. O.I. Kee-
ner, Mrs. J. R. Hunt. Mrs. I.
Osterberg, Mrs. D. B. Porter,
Mr, a. W. Rice. Mrs. D. S*nzer
and Mrs. K. W. Wemmer.
.Guests of members were Mrs.
Fear, "Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. LAW-
ton. Mrs. M. Mlrrep. Mrs. Myk-
land and Ml Mykland.
Arriving Next Week
Roger Maduro, who U a student
at the University of Connecticut
at Storrs, will arrive Monday a-
board the S: 8. Cristobal from
New York to spend the summer
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Felix B. Maduro, of Bella Vista.
Can't 81p Wo/7?
Drlak a cup afPOBTUM prepared
with bot water or aailk before you
go to bod and you'll sleep like a
baby! POBTUM dee* not ceataia
caffein! Get POBTUM today
aad enjoy a rostral sleep I
1
Or*-*
Report Yard* Dug,
Toar, Ferry Rim
Most of the excavation done
last month by the Dredging Divi-
sion in maintenance work In the
Canal and approaches was In the
Cristobal Inner harbor, where
the pipeline auction dredge Min-
dl removed 470,000 cubic yards of
material, according to the
monthly report of X. c. White,
Chief of she Division.
other maintenance work per-
formed by the dipper dredge
Caaeeda in Oalllard Cut. where
87,080 cubic yards wore removed.
The tourlet service of the
Dredging Division last month
consisted of only two sightseeing
tripa through the Canal each of
which carried 14 passengers on
the small tug sin between Oam-
boa and Pedro Miguel. ^
Thatcher Ferry, operated bjr
the Dredging Division, made 4,-
421 trips across th* Canal during
May, carrying 00,211 vehicles and
26(,s22 passenger*, according to
the monthly report.
Cancer Committee
Thanks Armed Forces
For Funds Collected
oov. Newcomer, who teme
as Chairman of th* Canal Sane
Cancer Committee, has wprossed
hit appreciation for the contri-
butions of members of the Arm-
ed Forces in the canal one to
th* committee's 1W1 campaign
for funds.
Funds donated by Army per-
sonnel totaled $2.344.47.
Navy contributions were #7.-
80 and donation from the Air
Force totaled $272.79.
The total contribution of the
Armed Forces represented an In-
crease of $i.l2.35 over last year.
The contribution from per-
sonnel of the united States Ar-
my Csrlbbean were four and a
half times that of the previous
yeaf.
Gifts for
Father's Day
LEWIS SERVICE
Tivoli Ave. #4
Opposite Ancn P.O.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAH,* NEWSPAPER
___ THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951
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Minimum for
12 words
le each additional
lord.
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
LEWIS SERVICE
N*. 4 Tlvoll Av.
pkM* t-tai.
KIOSKO DE LES8EPS
firiju it I win
Panama.
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Faurth of July AT*.
Pkaaa 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
14.41 MtUndcz Avc.
- Fhaar 255 Cala.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
N. H WmI ltth Strtrt.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
N. (7 "H" SlretlPanama
N. 1217 Oairal Ave Calad.
FOR SALE
Household
fOR SALEColonial type diningroom
. sufte, 10 pieces $200.00, Hi choir
1 $6.00. House 225 Pedro Miguel.
telephone 4-454.
FOR SALE
Automobiles)
nfORjALE: Mogic Chef Stove; Apt.
I siaed refrigerator; solid aaohogany
tojle, chairs, chest1 drawers; couch,
' wicker, Rattan chairs, Panama 3-
* 0S10 before 4, Panamo, 3-3168,
I ofir 4.
OR ALE:Baby crib, stroller, high
t chjir, girl's bicycle, Ironing board,
\ play pen. Zenith combination ra-
il, did record ployer with, records, fjPR
Bendix outomatic washer, Reming-
tofj shot gun model 11. Miscel-
laneous kitchenware. House 221-
' BN/S Rodman. Phone 2-53461.
FOR SALE: 1950 Hillm.n Miitx
Convertala Cauae, colar tan, rea*
leather uahaktery. Only 2,000
milei. This car mutt be Men to
aparecate. $490 dawn tni elrive
it away. COLPAN MOTORS INC.
year FORD dealer aa automobile
row. Telephone 2-1033 *- 2-1036
Panam,
MISCELLANEOUS
' i '
D* yau have a atnnkina. a>rblem?
Write Alceholici Ananymea*
x 20SI Anco, C. Z.
RESORTS
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
WINDOW GLASS: We fit and re-
place immediately no delays,
drive in.. Moderate prices. Tropical
Motors, .
fOR^ALE:Zenith automotic re-
coed player and radio combination.
table model 25 cycle. 5611'-A,
Diablo Hgts.
SALE: 1942 Ford Truck. 1
1-2 Tons, good condition,. $1,500.
Garage de Servicio PMico, 70
"B" Street.
FOR SALE:1.950 Buick. Super Ri-
viera, two tone, 10,000 miles, all
xtros. Best offer over $2,100. 86-
4127 86-7277.
;FOR SALE: Phonograph Records,
(classicol and popular), baby scales
and boby bassinet. 1431-D, Corr
St. Balboa.
FOR ALE:25 cycle, porcelain re-
, friferotor, $75.00. Balboa 2-6416
orTNo. 1442-C, Balboa, after 6
!% p. en.
FDWSALE: Refrigerator, C ros ley
Shelvodor, 60 cycles, with guaran-
tee. Four piece wicker livingroom
! set. Underwood typewriter, youth
bed, baby stroller. Phone 916, Co-
lon.
a
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator, two year guarantee. House
724-B, Cocoli. Phone 4-225.
EFFICIENT MECHANICAL SERVICES
AT LOW COST. Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE:1947 Buick 4 Door Se-
dan. Excellent condition. Hcuse
5965-B, Smith Place, Dioblo Hgts.
FOR SALF:High gloss oil
end enamels. Mildew-proof,
gallon Tropidura Stores.
paint*
S3.25
THI PANAMA CANAL OfFIRS
STRUCTURIS FOR SAL! ,
The Panomo Canal offer for sale
to the highest bidder Buildings Not.
355. 407, 420. 438, 442, Ancor;
334,'.358 and 368, Gatun;. 1715,
Cristobal; 3345. Camp' Bird. Sealed
bids will be received in the office
of the Superintendent of Storehouses
ot Balboa until 10:30 A. M., June
28, 1951, when they will be opened
in public, Fotms of proposal with
full particulars moy be secured In the
offices of the Superintendent of Store-
houses, Bolboo, ond" the Housing
Monogers ot Balboa Heights and
Cristobal.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom cholef in
El Valle near Hotel Ponomont.
Phone Balboa 3763.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobol 3-1673.
Gromlich's Sonta Claro beach-
cottage*. Electric ice boxes, gal
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
54 K or 4-567.
rVilltom Sonta .Clora Beach Cottage.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgo* ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekend.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
FOR RENT
Houses .
FOR SALE:Studeboker. 1947, De
Luxe Champion, overdrive, new
tires, best offer over $850. 2-
6355.
CYLINDER HEAD GASKETS -r OIL
SEALS. Juet received new ship-
ment for all makes including jeeps.
Tropical Motors.
|FOR SALE: Gas stove. 4 burner
with oven, apartment size, good
condition. Needs cleaning, $40.00.
Also .fishing tackle. Phone 83-
257.
FOR SALE:Fisher boby grand piano,
excellent condition, finish like
r -new, G. E. 60 Cyl. washing ma-
chine slightly used, motor never
used, con be converted for 25 Cyl.
reasonable, 715-B, Cocoli, Phone
i 4-220.
FOR SALEk9 ft. porcelain Westing-
' house refrigerator; 23 cycle. Good
cendition. Coll Dr. Fien. 4-378
4:30 p. m. 2-3437 evenings.
to
I
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:36 Ft. Wheeler Cabin
J) Cruiser, sleeps 6, complete gallery,
J' private washroom, running water,
~ -clothes closet, numerous cabinets.
Large capacity for gas, water, ice
storage. Chrysler powered. Fully
,*. equipped, many extras. May be
seen at Gamboa Boot Club oil da>
J" Saturday and Sunday or by op-
\. polntment. $4.500. 83-4295.
A
FOR SALE: 36 Ft. Cobin cruiser
!! (Huckins Flyer), needs minor car-
' pester and mechanical work. Re-
cently spent $1.200. Woodwork,
new propellers, tanks, shafts, mo-
il tor and accessories. Factory price
Vtodoy $18,000. W.ll sacrifice $2.-
;400. Can be seen Balboa Yacht
'W,Club. Marine railway. Phone 83-
f- 57.___________________________
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet De
Luxe 4-Door Styleline. Mileoge 7,-
350. WSW ond seat cover*. 7 a.
m. to 4 p. m. Call 2-3370. After
4 p. m. Bldg. 0852 (Bachelor
Quarters) Balboa Road.'
FOR SALE: One J. C. Higgens
shotgun, 12 gauge, 6 shot repeater.
Brand new, 30. Phone 2-135a.
House 0860-A Oleander St. Gavi-
ln.
FOR SALE:Soxophone Conn E flat
alto, $125.00. After 5 p. m. Phone
3-0842 Ponoma.
FOR RENT: Chalet, stuoted on
the intersection of Boyd-Roosevelt
highwoy. Pueblo Nuevo, $75.00.
House No. 4036, Pueblo Nuevo
Road. Apply No. 15, Eight Street.
Panama. Quijono.
FOR RENT:"-----B*ou1iful*residence.
completely furnished divWed. in 2
independent apartments. No. 114
11th Street, Poitillo. Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT;_Chalet "Urbanizacin
El Carmen." 2 bedrooms, living-
roorr diningroom, kitchen, garage.
Tel- 3-0545. -
ANNOUNCEMENT
To regular users of
WELDWOOD GLUE
Onr long-delayed shipment
HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Now ?liable, for the flnt
>' tinje In. Panam, In
3!^ o*, te J5 po.nd Una;
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Tel. 3-0140
279 Central Ape. .
lylr. & Mrs. Co no I Zone:
f,5r'i!?OLSTE",JiG
eur ilraw-ieaaa Custom buIN furnl-
l!.. !lrv*ftcl,"' * ** -
ralori Fabrica. Free Eatlaulat s
V2fc ^^tSISrJi *:
New Telephane 1-4421
FOR SALE:Dress form, two *eoted
raft,' casting net 9' approximately,
50 gal. aquarium with aeration
ond accessories. House 98-C, New
Cristobol, between 8 ond 9th. St.
one block back of Roosevelt Ave.
Align your wheels and save miles on
tires. Best wheel balancing ond
aligning equipment at your ser-
vice. Prompt and immediate at-
tention. Tropical Motors.
LOST & FOUND
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO .RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
in residential section such as Golf
Heights with' lorge grounds. Will
sign lease.' Panama 3t1684,4 5 to
8 p. m.
WANTED TO TRADE! One lovely
lucite & glass coffee toble. like
new and I mahogany China ca-
binet. 70 R size 14 winter coot &
suit. Telephone 2-2770.
Wonted Position
Very responsible, well experienced
business womon. speaks English
ond 'Spanish, seeks position. Write
P. O. Box 1531, Panomo.
FLYING STROD
I Milwaukee, fNEA) Marquette
broad Jumper Mel Stroud practlc-
# by printing and running.
LESSONS
Learn poise, grace, balance, self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave nome, address, at desk Bol-
boo YMCA or Box 106 Balboa.
Hornett & Dunn.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
, RIAL BARGAIN Lefevre Pork.
9th. Street, chalet. 2 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, livingroom anal din-
ingroom, maid's room and wlm-
mlnfl pool, for only B. 10.000.00.
Attroctive facilities for payment.
Wolff 6 Co., 5th. Street, 22, Tel.
2-2388.
LOST:Female Boxer Dog, dark red.
Fawn, white feet, white chest.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts
of this dog. Coll 87-6205. Re-
ward.
LOST: Grayesh block acotty, an-
swers to name of Blackle. Last seen
at Clayton, just got spaded. Please
return to 0774, Apt. G. Williom-
son Place Bhlboa. "reward."
FOR RENT:July and August, com-
pletely well furnished. 3 bedroim
hou*e, garden, hot woter, $75.00
per month. Tel. Panama 3-2045.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALNAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished aport
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobol. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
LOST:A young green parrot, not
valuable but offer handsome re-
word because I am heartbroken.
Miss Oglo, Hotel Tlvoll.
LOST:G. E. Light Meter with car-
rying case at woter fall on road
. to Bolboa. Reword. Phone' Naval
Station, Coco Solo. Ext. 658 or
Box 843.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Oborrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonio opartmenri, osk tor key*,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieta 3-
1716.

LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
DeUrery.
Tel. 8-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
Surgeon General's
Representative Here
For 10-Day Visit
Dr. William A. Sodeman. Civil-
ian Consultant In Internal Me-
dicine from the Office of the Sur-
geon General, arrived yeaterdav
for a 10-day vUit to the Canal
Zone.
His schedule includes visits to
various wards and clinics at Gor-
gas Hospital, a trip to Gorgas
Memorial Laboratory, a tour of
the Army Hospital at Fort Clay-
ton and visits to the Colon Hos-
pital and the Coco Solo Naval
Hospital on the Atlantic Side.
Dr. Sodeman will also attend
Gorgas Hospital's teaching clin-
ics and will be present at meet-
ings of several of the Boards and
Conferences, as well as patholo-
gical demonstrations at the
Board of Health laboratory.
mm
From lOOoO Up
Come in and TRY one!
'
NASH AGENCY
Tel. 2-179Q
I Block from Tivoli Crossiof
Eagle Scout Award
Asked for Explorer
Walter A. Collins
A Board of Review for the Ea-
gle Scout Award was held recent-
ly for Walter A. Collins, son of
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Collins of
Curundu. Walter Is an Explorer
In Troop 7 of Curundu.
The prospective Eagle Scout,
first entered the Boy Scouts as
a Cub Scout in Cub Pack 4 of Dia-
blo. When he reached his 12th
birthday he joined Troop 7 In
Curundu where he is now serv-
ing as Junior Assistant Scout-
master. He has attended three
seasons at Camp El Volcan, the
Canal Zone Council Summer
Camp, where he was elected to
membership in the Order of the
Arrow. National Honor Camping
Society of the Boy Scouts of
America. Last summer he as
elected Lodge Chief of Chlriqui
Lodge of the Order of the Arrow.
Members of the Board of Re-
view were: Charles P. Ebner. Jr..
District Advancement Chairman:
Hans Pedersen, Neighborhood
Commissioner; P. L. Collins.
Troop 7 Committeeman; and
John R. Barr. Scout Executive.
The presentation of the award
will be announced in the near fu-
ture.
FOR RENT:Modern oportments, 2
bedrooms, living diningroom,
kitchen, bathroom. Baleen/ facing
street. $80.00 monthly No. 6
and No. C East 36th street. Apply
No. 15 Eight Street, Partami. Qui-
jano.
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LEICA CAMERAS
Model HIP Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Price*.
Porras
Plasa S de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR RENT:In the Ruiz holding.
No: 15, second street.,Perejil, Mo-
dern oportments, one bedroom,
livlng-diningroom, kitchen, $60.
00 monthly. Apply No. 15 Eight
Street. Panama. Quijono.
FOR RENTIn Building No. 15 First
Street, Perejil. 2 one bedroom
opartments, living diningroom,
kitchen. $55.00 monthly each.
Orle two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
living-diningroom-, kitchen, $80.-
00. Apply No, 15 Eight Street,
Panama. Quijono.
FOR RENT:To responsible person.
Furnished apartment, 1 bedroom,
with twin beds, livingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, gas stove, refriger-
otor, electric. $75 monthly. No.
2. oportment 5, First Street Perejil.
Must have guorantee. Apply, No.
15 Eight Street, Panami. Quijano
FOR RENT:Comfortable oportment.
House No. 5. First street. Perejil.
Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT.-Furnished apartment, 2
bedrooms, living-diningroom, porch.
No. 34, 25th Street, Bella Vista., J
FOR RENT:Aportment for one or
two persons. Also for office, 57
Peru Avenue. For information
house 8, East 34th Street down-
stairs. Phone 3-0746, from 9 to
12 a. m.
FOR RENT: In Bella Vista. Son
Martin Ayenue No. 6. Upstair*
apartment, entire floor, completely
furnished: large porch, bar, living-
room, diningroom, 3 bedrooms, of-
fice, large bathroom, inquire bot-
tom floor.
FOR RENT:Apartment on 4th of
July Avenue "El Sol" Building.
Inquire in basement.
FOR RENT.Nice
ment, military
Porros No. 99.
furnished opart-
inspected. Vio
SPECIAL SALE
Camera III f syn-
cronlied *..:.......$220.10
(U.S. listprice $375.00)
Hector Telephoto-
lens ...............$ M.M
(U.S. listprice $175.00)
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adjelnlnf IntVriutUnal Hotel)
or Camera store
(Lobby Hotel ''El PanaaU")
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
30 Tlvoll Ave. Apt 1
OMIee: Tel. 2-33S7 -- Hoeae: S-4T44
HOURS: Monday thro rrldar
la 12 am
Monday, Widnotday. Tharsday
te S a.m...
I.rday a a to I a.m.
POKE SALAD FIRST
MEMPHIS. Tenn. fUPV A hun-
gry train engineer tied up traffic
at a railroad crosslne here while
he gathered "poke salad." a herb-
like weed considered a delicacy
b orne.
FOR RINTfnaliih family wishes t*
rent cool modern comfortably rur-
nithed two hedlraem gtirtmmt.
Moid'i .uorto/i, garage, ewperi-
enctd moid. Jane 20th t* Aut.
30th. Very raeionoblc real re re-
i*anikl* aoraon, lello Vide.
Phone 1-0133.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:Site, suitable for Bar-
ber Shop, bottom floor,,house No.
8 Eost. 36th Street. Apply No. 1 5.
Eight Street,, Ponama. Quijano.
ONE LONG VOLLEY
New York. (NEA) Oen. Rob-
ert Shaw Oliver, first preldent
of the United States Lawn Tennis
Association, was Assistant Secre-
tary of War under Presidents
Theodore Roosevelt and William
Howard Tait.
Canal Transits Ran
15.6 Daily In May;
485 Ships Locked
CaAal traffic during May va-
ried onl* slightly from the totals
of the previous month, with an
average of 15.6 commercial tran-
sits In May as compared with 15.7
in April, according to monthly
traffic statistics from the Man-
agement Division".
There were 485 commercial ves-
sels of 300 net tons or more
through the Canal last month
and 474 during April. Transits in
May 1950 totaled 488.
Tolls collected last month a-
mounted to $2.020.053 as compar-
ed with $2,006.621 during April
and $2,169.833 m May 1950.
Total commercial transits lor
the first 11 months of the 1951
fiscal year were well ahead of the
same period a year ago, with t>.-
115 transits so far this year and
4.995 in the first 11 months of tne
1950 fiscal year.
Light Infantry, under the com-
mand of the chief officer of thai
SZtT Oldest Military Brand. Takes
For Canal Service 176th Birthdy In Its Stride
Arnold Bruckner will step down
this week from tiie post of Um-
""' mreetor after serving El
one of the positions of greatest
responsibility in the direction
and administration of Canal-
Railroad affairs throughout 16 of
the organization's most eventful.)
years.
His contributions to the Canai
and Railroad we.re gratefully ac-
knowledged by Governor New-
comer in a short ceremony .at
Balboa Heights Tuesday.
Expressing deep regret at Mr.
Bruckner's departure, the Gover-
nor characterized the retirlnR
Finance Director as a "tower of
strength" to him during the
three years of his administration
as well us .to other.Governors un-
der whom Mr. Bruckner has
served.
Governor,Newcomer also .ex-
pressed, gratitude for Mr. Bruck-
ner's community services aside
from hls official duties, particu-
larly His leadership, in the bond
drives during the war period
when, the Canal and Railroad led
all other, government agencies in
bond purchases.
The* regards of his own Bureau
were.xpressed to Mr. Bruckner in
the form of. mementoes for the
retiring Finance Dlreotor and his
wife and a pound testimonial
volume compiled by Finance Bu-
reau personnel which was pre1-
sented to-Mr. Bruckner Tuesday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Br.ucluier will sail
tomorrow on fhe s.S. Ancon,
successor to the well known Pa-
nama ..line ship of the same
name,whlch(brought them to the
Canal Zone In September, 1935.
Thev plan to make their home n
Washington, D..C., where they
lived before coming toithe Canal
Zone.
Twisters Hit Towns
In Texas, Virginia
, NEW YORK. June 14 (UP)*
A tornado Injured 50 persons and.
caused severe damage at Rich-
mond,'Virginia, .last night.
There will be no birthday party
for the Army this year! June 14
Is the 176th anniversary of the
United States oldest armed serv-
ice, the Army. And locally, the
celebration will be limited to
short talk* from unit command-
ers to their men; USARCARIB'e
intensive training program, plus
normal operations do not permit
additional ceremony.
However, visitors will be wel-
comed to Fort Amador during
daylight hours. All persons In-
terested in touring the Installa-
tion may do so by going directly
to building No. 57 after entering
the post. Major P. L, #eterson,
Headquarters Commandant, lo-
cated in building No. 57, Fort Am-
ador, will provide guides. Plenty
of parking space is available.
History of the Army has never
been uninteresting and actually
begins 174 years before the ifrst
reblara of the Continental Army
were authorized by Congress,
June 14, 1775; in a resolution
calling for the organization of
ten companies of riflemen six
from Pennsylvania, 2 each from
Virginia and Maryland. "To John
fhe army (states militia) near,
Boston, to be there employed as
Destroyer Walke
Mined Off Korea;
26 Dead, 7 Hurt
WASHINGTON. June w\up>
The Navy announced today
that 26 men were killed and
seven wounded aboard the US
Destroyer Walke as the result of
an underwater explosion off the
east coast of Korea Tuesday.
The Destroyer Is proceeding to
Japan under her own power.
A Navy spokesman did not pre-
clude the possibility of a torpedo
hit, but presumed the Walke had
hit a floating mine.
Another twister struck Floyda-
i. Texasv *
De Valero Again
da
Turbulent weather loosed crop-
destroylng .dustclouds, hail
storms and flash floods on wide
areas of Oklahoma and Texas.
'Teen Time' At
Hotel Postponed
Starting early" to attract the
vounger set. 'Teen Time, an El
Panama special event announced
for 7:30.p.m. tomorrow, has been
Dut forward until next Friday,
June 22.
There will be refreshments and
entertainment as well as dancing.
Admission price is $1 and tick-
ets are now on sale for the 'Teen
Time session on June 22,
Premier Of Eire
DUBLIN, June 14 (UP.) Ea-
mon de Valera, returned to the
premiership of Eire by a Parlia-
mentary vote of 76 to 69, has
named a new streamlined cabi-
net.
Big surprise was his giving up
\ to Frank Aiken the post of For-
eign Minister, which De Valera
held along with the premiership
for 16 years to 1948.
DODGE UNLUCKY 13
WOONSOCKET, R. I. (UP)
Superstitious thieves who broke
into the Dauray Textile. Inc..
plant stole 12 cartons of varn va-
lued at $4.000 but refused to take
I a 13th carton.
army.'
More than 600 laws and ordin-
ances for conscription of soldiers
were enacted from the finrndln*
of Jamestown settlement in 1601,
until the first guns of the revo-
lution were fired. In 1775. Early
selective service consisted of as-
signing virtue^y every male citi-
zen able bodied >-hot to de-
finite duty; whether consisting of
going out to repulse the Indians
or staying at home to guard th
women and children. The follow-
ing is an except from the min-
utes of the Plymouth Colony.
"That all e every person
within the Colony be subject to
such military order for traynlng
c exercise of armes as shall be-
thought meet, agreed on, St pres-
cribed by the Govr. Si Assistant.*
(Editor's note: This is an exact
copy, of colonial English spelling.)
First shots of the Revolution-
ary War were flre.d on April 19,
1775 at Lexington, but it was nina
battles later on the 14th of June,
before the Continental Congress
finally authorized formation of
an army under General George-
Washington, to aid the states
militia In their battle for free-
dom. The next, day a Corps of En-
gineers as created, phis Ordin-
ance, Adjutant General's and
Quartermaster departments.
PILOTLESS JETS
TOOK PART
' (Continued from Page I)
Just above the ground, lingering
radiation is confined to an area
600 to 800 yards across. But no
rescue work would be needed in1
such an area anyway, he said."
"because It would be devastated;'*
i Cooney emphasized the imme-1
diate radiation hazard from the1
airburst. as distinguished from'
lingering radioactivity, "dlsap-'
pears after the first two min-!
utes,"
Dean said information obtain-
ed about atomic effects on build-1
ings will be made available to,
civil defense officials and ether-1
wise published in about two|
months. Graves said that when;
this data is analyzed, some slighti
changes will be necessary in thai
official-"weapons effect" hand-l
book published last August.
Quesada reported thatthe tests
Eroduced information expected to1
e useful in developing military]
and industrial building designs
resistant to blast damage.
Underground and surface shel-;
ters as well as industrial struc-
tures were subjected to the atom-
ic thunderclap at Eniwetok and
some 900 measurements were-
made on 27 different structures.
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THURSDAY. JUNE 14. mi
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVER
Black Market Charges Pending
\gainstBigUSBeef Operators
..f%L..?o.r iniTi's "SULi. in th. irrowlnst heef scar- Major packers continued theli
BY. ROBERT F. L0FTU8
WA8HINQT0N, Jimt 14 (UP)
I Th Government disclosed today
lit 1 investigating black market
charges against "several pretty
big" members of the beef indus-
try but emphasized it is not sure
whether the facts will back them
I up.
Price enforcement officials also
said they expect to refer "quite a
number" of cases Involving ille-
gal beef slaughter to the Justice
Department for possible prosecu-
tion "within the next few days.
Cattle receipts at major llve-
f stock" centers were near normal
today for the second straight day
but Price Administrator Michael
V. Difialle still refused to specu-
late whether It was the "big
m
JACOBYON BRIDGE
oieak" In the growing beef car-
city. Others thought it was.
DISalle indicated he was un-
daunted by heated producer and
packer opposition to the beef
rollback, however, when he dis-
closed in Denver that he will an-
nounce similar rollbacks on cloth-
ing prices "in a day or so."
He said the order will be based
on pre-Korean prices plus mark-
ups for Increased labor and ma-
terial costs since then. Eventual-
ly, he said, it should be reflected
in price reductions at retail level.
The beef order, which is aimed
at reducing retail price sby 8 to
10 cents a pound by Oct. 1, calls
for two more 4Va per cent roll-
backs In Uve cattle prices on Aug.
1 and Oct. 1 respectively.
Officials said the black market
charges against the beef Indus-
try are general In nature and In-
volve both packers and wholesale
ers. They Indicated they Include
upgrading of beef, tie-In sales;
and disruption of "normal chan
riels of distribution."
Major packers continued their
policy of non-buying when prices
held steady today, which meant
that many animals were selling
above ceilings. Smaller indepen-
dent firms did the buying, gam-
bling that prices will drop later
In the month so that they can
"average out" at ceiling.
Meanwhile dressed beef sup-
plies dwindled and packers were
forced to ration the available
supply to their customers on a
voluntary basis. Rationing spread
to Denver, where OPS officials
charged that Colorado beef was
being sent to the West Coast for
better prices.
Some industry sources believed
that the larger cattle shipments
meant that farmers and cattle
feeder* were resigning themselves
to the controver.sian rollbacks,
But Joe "Judge" Montague, a
representative of Texas and
Southwestern producers and pro-
minent leader fn the battle
against beef controls, said in
Washington that "we are not
quitting .the fight."
TEMP.E, Ariz. (UP) Students
at th* Arizona State College built
a light military-type plane that
will fly. The craftan L-4was
constructed by the college's In-
dustrial art department. The civ-
il Aeronautics Administration
gave it an air-worthiness okay,
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Yesterday we showed how to
bid with a hand that is too strong
for one no-trump but too weak
for two no-trump. You bid one of
a suit and then jump in no-
trump at your second turn. To-
day we show the exception to
that rule.
If South responds with one of
a suit. North jumps to two no-
trump. When South makes the
weak response of one no-trump,
North raises to two no-trump.
Note that this raise shows a
very strong hand. North knows
that South has very little, but he
Is still willing to invite a game.
This takes real power.
South has a trifle more than
might be expected, so he accepts
the Invitation. He knows that
North has roughly twice the va-
lue of an average hand. This is
Just right, for North actually does
have two aces, two kmgs. two
queens, two jacks, and two tens.
In the play South makes his
contract by refusing the first
diarrind trick. He takes the sec-
ond trick with dummy's king of
diamonds and can develop either
hearts or clubs, as he pleases.
For example, if declarer knocks
out the ace of clubs. East cannot
return a diamond. Hence South
Can win any return and knock
out the ace of hearts without a
care in the world. Even If de-
clarer tackles hearts first, all is
well. West takes his ace and
continues diamonds to establish
his suit. However. West can ne-
ver regain the lead to take his
tricks.
See how different things would
be If South were foolish enough
to win the first trick with the
king of diamonds. South's natur-
al play, then, is to lead clubs, and
down he goes.
East takes the club ate and
leads his remaining diamond.
Now West's suit Is established,
and he stUl has the ace of hearts
s he entry to It.
South can make his contract in
any case if he tackles hearts be-
fore clubsbut how can he guess
which ace to knock out first? By
refusing the first trick he spares
himself a guess.
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Men and women, norvous and fretful.
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In every one o{ the million! of celia
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Your, nervous system, your blood. In
fact your whole body, murt have a suf-
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Big men of affairs mighty men who
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If they don't, are clever enough to have
a physician who doea.
Ferrlxan th new combination of
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dispensed at drug tores, la a necessity
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because present day foods do not contain
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- In -
"DOUBLE CROSSBONES'
IN TECHNICOLOR 1
P
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- with -
HELENA CARTER
Hope Emerson John Emery
Will Gear
Their love was big... But
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Presenting
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PEGGY EVANS
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EVERtY
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A TMOt MOOUCTIOM
a*i>< >, 30* Cnfcrv-r.
[Panama i^anal (clubhouses-
Showing Tonight
fiALBO A
Alr-l'nndrMfined
6:15 8:1*
Story of Man' Conquest of Space I...
"ROCKETSHIP X-M"
Friday: CHANG World Famou Magician
DIABLO NTS.
1:11 8:18
Jeanelte MacDONALD Nelson EDDY
"NAUGHTY MARIETTA"
Friday "THE MILKMAN"
COCOLI
1:11 Sis*
Marta TOREN Jeff CHANDLER
"DEPORTED"
Friday "BUNCO SQUAB"
PEDRO MIGUEL
T am. at play had:
(Friday)
"BADMAN'S TERRITORY'
GAMBOA
T:M p.m.
James STEWART Josephine HULL
"HARVEY"
Saturday "DEPORTED"
G A 1 U N
:**
(Friday)
Ronald REAGAN o Diana LYNN
"BEDTIME FOR BONZO'
MARGARITA
8:15 7H /
rhird HATFIELD Joyce MaeKENZIE
"DESTINATION MURDER"
Friday "MAD WEDNESDAY
Dempiey Discusses
US-UN Relations
At Girls' Slate
The citleeraot Caribbean arils'
State assembled Tuesday to hear
Joseph J. Dempsey, Assistant
Public Affairs Officer of the U.8.
Embassy. His main topic for the
evening was the "United States
and the United Nations."
In tions Mr. Dempsey covered in
detail, Us hlitory; the basic prin-
ciples of the United Nations,
composition of the United Na-
tions; various organizations
within the United Nations; a
complete description of the new
home of the United Nations in
New York; tud personnel work-
ing with the United Nations.
Highlights of the day Included
the trial of three of the staff
members for leaving the restrict-
ed area without permission. Af-
ter a very heated debate from
both the defense and the prose-
cution, the case was dismissed for
lack of evidence from both sides.
The legislature today passed
three bills and one resolution.
The bills are:
(1) 8300To authorise the or-
ganization of a Civilian Defense
Corp.
(2i HR 801To authorize the
Public Roads Administrator to
build a two-lane Mdge to Gam-
boa.
(3) HR 303To provide each
"city" the privilege to apply for
a change of city government and
to apply for a change of charter
to conform with that type of gov-
ernment. (These are cities of
Girls' State.)
The resolution covered the re-
peal of the retroactive Income
la:, and urges our legislators in
Washington to exert their every
effort to have this retroactive in-
come tax bill which makes it ne-
cessary for citizens of the Canal
Zone to .jay Income tax for the
year of lioO repealed.
The presiding officers of the
Legislative bodies are:
Senate
Colla Ooodin, President Pro
Tern; Lilla Flores, Sergeant-at-
Arms; Sally Ackerman. Secreta-
ry of the Senate.
House of Representatives
Speaker of the House, Mary
Ann Hannigan; Clerk of the
House. Pat Howard; 8ergeant-at-
Arrru, Joanne Recela; Chaplain,
Diane Hanrahan; Messenger,
Peggy Lowe.
CENTRAL
Shows: 1:15 2:51 4:53 6:55 9:00 p.m.
The smugglers...
the blood-money
chiselers...
and the
Pdanger:
dame
^they all
owned a piece
of the guy
they
called
Trouble'
s*
CRISTOBAL
Alr-Ondmned
8:11 S:M
June HAVER Gordon MacRAE
'Daughter of Rosie O'Grady"
Friday "MOLLY"
John Garfield PatriciaNeal
SUING ALL THK BRASH EXCITEMENT OF THE HEMINGWAY STORY TO
BreakTngPoint
prom Warmer Bros.
Everybody &atk Classifieds7
Treasure Island Treasure Chest
A SAVAGELY ARRESTING MOVIEI
Fraak Levejojr Kathleen Ryan, In
"THE SOUND. OF FURY"
- AND AT :00 P.M.
RAUL IRiARTE Hls Argentine Oren.
LUX THEATRE
Tha-greatest European production!
Gum CKMVt
Masilno GI1IOTT!
Luisa FF.RIDA
Elisa rKQANI
- in
"THE IftON CROWN"
Directed by Aleuandro Blassetll
CENTRAL
Juhu < ARFIFJ.D Ptetela NEAL
A a- who bad nothing lo aell
but.. guta and she was the
highest bidder, in
"The Breaking Point

TROPICAL
A riot on the roller raceways!
Mickey ROONEY Pat O'BRIEN, in
"THE FIREBALL"
CECILIA THEATRE
.?FEATURES for the PRICE OF ONEIZ
The comedv that w,ll make you laugh and laugh!
Donald O'Connor Helena Carter. In
"DOUBLE CROSSBONES"
Also: Jack Warner Dirk Bogarde, In
"THE BLUE LAMP"
ENCANTO THEATRE
Air < ondMonee
AT I! P.M. WAHOOI
S115.H in Prises!
Abra: .
Ramn Delgado, en
"Sword f The ATenjer"
Cesar Romero. In
"ONCE A THaW
TIVOLI THEATRE
"PHANTOM HARBOR"
Last Chapters I
Plus: PLAMING FURY"
-STAGE COACH TO
DENVER"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
BANK DAYI
$200.oe for the Public!
SIN al and SIM at p.m.
- AUo: -
Abbott and Coatello. in
"FOREIGN LEGION"
Margaret Lockwood. in
"BAD SISTER-
VICTORIA THEATRE
Gary Cooper, In
"FAREWELL TO ARMS"
Constance Bennett. In
WILD BILL HICKOCK
RIDES"
Autos Omphroy
S.A.
Ave. Justo Arosemena
y Calle 26
Hasmo, S. A.
51 Va Espaa
Philippine Rattan
Furniture Co.
Corner H A Dirin
Sylvania
No. 1 Va Espaa
Dagmar
No. 6 Tivoli Ave.
Sears Agency
No. 10 Tivoli Ave.
Cia. Cyrno
No. 16 Tivoli Ave.
Caa Fastlich
No. 161 Central Ave.
LACSA
Tivoli Agencie
No. 8 Tivoli Ave.
Felix Maduro, S. A.
No. 21 Central Av.
At The CENTRAL Theatre
$1,000 IN PRIZES
CONTRIBUTED BY THE
COMPANIES LISTED
CHOICE PERFUMES RADIO CAMERA ROUND
TRIP VIA AIR TO SAN JOSE TAILOR MADE
DINNER JACKET JEWELRY GIFT CERTIFI-
CATES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, tc.
RULES
Visit any of the Companies listed herein who
have sponsored this TREASURE CHEST and obtain
from them the TREASURE CHEST KEY.
Starting June 12 and for the period ending
June 25 there will be an attendant in the lobby
of the CENTRAL THEATRE during the hours of
7 p.m. and 9 p.m. who will upon the presentation
of the key open the CHEST. Draw an envelope
you will know then and there if you won a prize
and what the prize is.
The distribution of prizes will be made the
evening of June 25. Bring your certificate to the
Central Theatre and pick up your gift. ___,
TREASURE ISLAND
(IN TECHNICOLOR)
To Be Released At
THE CENTRAL THEATRE
June 21, 1951
Antonio
- Innovacin
No. 84 Central Ave.
La Mascota
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.

MaduritoY
No. 100 Central Aver
Geo. F. Novey Inc./
No. 279 Central Ave*-->
Swift & Co.
No. 63 Ave. 4 de Julio
Anfeelini Licores
179 Central Ave.
Perneo, S. A.
No. 12 Central Ave.
Kraft Foods
No. 4 Cuba Ave.
Mercurio, S. A.
No. 141 Central Ave.
Guardia & Co.
Ave. Justo Arotemena
y Calle 29
KODAK
No? 98 Central Ave.
Corporacin
Universal
Exportacin
No. 32 J. Feo. de la Ossa
Ave.
Chesterfield
A. B. C
Panama Auto, S. A.
Ave. Justo Arosemena
y Calle 30


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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 19!
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L'AI'TAIN AND MRS. KOEPKE TO HAVE AT HOME
The Commanding Officer of the United States Naval Sta-
tion, Coco Solo, and Mrs. Koepke will be at home to Atlantic
Side officials and friends Wednesday, June 20th. The hours
of calling; are from six to eight at Quarters "A."
lb Syie Honored with Tea
Mrs. Ralph Graham of Oatun,
was hostess Monday afternoon
for the second of a series of teas
given in honor of her sister,.Miss
Sarah Syse of Minneapolis.
Invited to meet the visitor
wjittf: Mrs. George Poole, Sr.,
Mrs. Arthur Albright, Mrs. Will-
lam Messier, Mrs. E. W. Mills-
pouRh, Mrs. Paul Furr, Mrs. Wal-
lace Thrift, Mrs. D. M. Daniels,
Mrs. E. A. Cox. Mrs. Alice Cle-
ment and Mrs. Lee Nash.
Lt. and Mrs. Ronayne Entertain-
forVisitor on Shangri-la '
Lt. (jg) David Dooling. Assis-
tant Supply Officer of the U.S.S.
Shangri-la was the weekend
guest of his sister and brother-
in-law. Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. W. D.
Ronayne of the Coco Solo Naval
Station.
Saturday evening Lt. and Mrs.
Ronayne invited a few friends in
for cocktails to meet Lt. Dool-
ing.
-Their guests were: Lt, Com-
mander W. J. Meagher. Lt. and
Mrs. Robert Schaffer, Lt. and
Mts. H. E. Walthers, Lt. Mi-
chael Leahy and Mrs. Thomas
Meagher.
M. Lamer of Fort Davis, arrang-
ed a party at the Fort Davis Of-
ficers Club for their young
daughter Beth on her third
birthday anniversary.
Mrs. James storle entertained
the children with a story hour,
after which refreshments were
served.
The young guests were: Mar-
cla Hutchmson, Richard Carroll,
Richard Green. Marsha Kennedy.
Barbara and Faye Kuhn, Kathy
Skeistaitis. Lynn Storie, Jeff and
Bruce Wiggs.
will hold a rhummage sale on
June 30 at St. Vincent's Church.
All contributions will be appre-
ciated. Mrs. Frances Brassell Is
chairman of the affair and Is as-
sisted by Mrs. Charlotte Tully,
Mrs. Gertrude Allgaler of New
Cristobal. Mrs. Helen Morrison
of Gatim and Mrs. Fanny Kap-
lan of Coco Solo.
Wednesday evening Lt. A. J.
F^Jipageorgesa. the Supply Offi-
cer of the Shangri-la and Lieut.
Dooling were the dinner guests
of the Ronaynes.
Coral Chapter
Stated Meeting
..Coral Chapter No. 3, Order of
theEastern Star, had their regu-
lar stated meeting at the Maso-
nic Temple In Gatun Tuesday
evening.
Mrs. Mae Fahnestock. Worthy
Matron, presided. The' meeting
opened with a flag ceremony,
with Miss Paula Dovel, who re-
recently returned from Longwood
College at Farmvllle, Va., aa the
flag bearer. Following the pledge
of allegiance, a special tribute
was paid to the fathers In observ-
ance of Fathers' Day.
Following the business meet-
ing a clever social hour was en-
joyed In the banv^et room. Mrs.
Dorothea Churchill was chair-
man of the refreshment hour
and entitled lt "The Degree of
Cheer." The Chapter room was
depicted with the color stations
being marked with appropriate
flowers. The new candidates,
M. and Mrs. William J. Edgar
were conducted around the sta-
tions and Introduced. The food,
carrying out the color note of the
star points; was served at each of
the stations.
The other members of the
committee were; Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Bishop, Mr. and Mrs.
George Radel, Mrs. Charlotte
Page. Mrs. Minnie House!, Mrs.
Lucille Nellis and Mr. Starford
Churchill.
Miss Joyce Cooluon
has Dinner Party
Miss Joyce Cookson, daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. Milton A. Cook-
son, celebrated her fifteenth
birthday anniversary with a din-
ner and theater party Monday
evening.
The dinner table held a clever
centerpiece of handkerchief cor-
sages, which were favors for the
guests, these included: .Gloria
Rinker of Balbcu, Janet King,
Helen Hayden. Diane Hill. Mar-
cy Rudge, Blame Sleveri. Donna
Geyer and Virginia Digman.
Gatun Lake Runoff
For Past Year
Was 3rd Highest
Departures
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Block
f Quepos, Costa Rica, were In
port as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Raymond Monday
andnTuesday. They sailed Tues-
day 'on the Chirlqul for New Or-
leans en route to Vlcksburg, Mis-
sissippi to attend the marriage of
tnetr daughter, Miss Sue Lyle
Brock to Mr. Robert Brown
Parkes, on July 2.
Mary Peyton Darling, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Dash wood Dar-
ling of Brazos Heights accompa-
nied Mr. and Mrs. Block when
they sailed. 8he Is going to Gulf
Park Camp at Gulfport. Missis-
sippi for the month of June and
July,, and will return to the Isth-
mus at the end of July to accom-
pany her parents to San Francis-
op here they are being transfer-
red.
Patty Cawl. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Cawl, left by
plane Tuesday to visit her grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. George J.
timan at Deland, Florida.
Mr.' and Mrs. Butler
Hotel Washington
"Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James
Butler, Sr., have moved from
tftMr residence at 10th St. and
Roosevelt Ave. In Colon to the
Hotel Washington. Their daugh-
ter, Mrs. John T. Whltely and
daughters, Julia Marie and Sa-
rah Elizabeth, are arriving this
week from Hartsdale. New York
fccTwlll occupy the family resi-
lience during their visit.
Mr. Whltely. who Is connected
Jth W. R. Grace and Company
In Colombia on business.
Birthday Party ,
far Beth Lamer
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Hospital Note
Mrs. Gilbert Lee of Cristobal Is
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Emblem Club Notice
Cristobal Emblem Club No. 52
Runoff from the Gatun Lake
Watershed this year was the
third highest on record, accord-
ing to G. E. Matthew. Chief Hy-
drographer.
In the 12-month period ending
May 31. the net runoff amount-
ed to 246 billion cubic feet or 7,-
807 cubic feet per second.
Run off in the wettest year on
record was 11,361 cubic feet per
second In the period from June
to May of 1909 and 1910 and In
the second wettest year, the run-
off in the same period was 9,303
cubic feet per second.
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Closed From June 18
Through September 1
The Diablo Clubhouse bowling
alleys will be closed for the sum-
mer season starting Monday,
June 18. and extending through
September 1, when they will re-
open, lt was announced Wednes-
day at Balboa Heights.
The alleys at Diablo will be re-
conditioned during the summer
so that they will be In shape to
meet American Bowling Congress
standards when they are reopen-
ed In the fall.
While the Diablo alleys are
closed, all bowlers can be accom-
modated at the Balboa Bowling
Center, since there are only a
few leagues bowling during the
summer season.
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MAN ABOUT TOWN
V. S. Senator McCarran bu dmf up sou* of the jsklcet love
letters involving top people. Found tht probing lnstitut* of PMtfic
Relations. .You should n* tb* secret list gf p*oplt who con-
trtMttd h**Tly t Alter HI, defense fund. Sen. McCarthy ha
it... Ths Un-American Activities Comm., who** detectives hsve
been sleuthing Broadway, will soon drop their bomb*.. .Ells Logan
and her (room arc iceinr barristers.. .Tb* Dally Worker' Idiotor.
John Pittman, ha his walking paper*. The result of the rag's elrc
plante. Down to under 8t,Mf... Novelist Thomas Mann's dghtr
Kriks gets her orchids from a Manhattan rollete prof,. Latrst
member of the new Annual Runyon Awards jury Is Gen. Douglas
Mac Arthur.. .What's the Navy doing with 80 ships where they csn
get knocked off? Begging for another Pearl?.\.Now that the Yul
Brvimers have parted (he** the male lead of "The King and I")
tney are blamh-c It on his first glance at Joan Crawford during a
recent koktil-poddv.
The Overseas Phone: Mr. Princess Elizabeth (the Dook of
Edinburgh i will be recalled from Mediterranean duty to help sub
for the ailing King, whose public appearances are being divided
among members of the Royal tribe.. Prince Nandor Montenuovo
'Hungary), a famed antl-totalitarian (the Nazis confiscated his
land), died the other day in a Budapest Red prison. "Of mysteri-
ous causes"...If you think Shakespeare was wordy, get this: Jean
Paul Sartre's new play in Paris is In eleven acts.. Takes 4
boura.. .Our air bases in Britain are to top secret that aven milk-
men aren't permitted to make deliveries. Our planes have blue-
printed Eastern Germany.. .Two Sabbath nights ago we said:
''The 2 Britishers are only part of it. An Italian and American,
both here,*are Involved.
When Capt. Chas. Blalr flew over the Pole to Alaska from
Norway, our vaunted radar screen didn't pick him up. They knew
he was flying, but things didn't jell! The Pentagon I* very con-
cerned about this flop. If Blair could do itso can Stalin's pilots,
etc...Fannie Brice estate will total over two mill...Ann Soth-
ern's new romance is young actor Richard Eran.. .The Mike Wal-
laces (Buff Cobb) have decided to stay sealed. He will come here
for CBS, and Buff will unlax for the summer...V. S. Attorney I.
Saypol 1* planniiif to wipe out Red publishing- firms sine* the
High Court's ruling... Maxwell Bodenhelm. poet, who denied it
when we feared he would suicide months ago (sine* the loss of
his lovely wife), now puts the threat in writing to this dept. Needs
a job!
Labor INew
And
Comment
My Victor Riesel
Inside the I S. Communist Party: The Supreme Court's deci-
sion has brought "consternation and horror" to their chiefs. The
C. P., for practical purposes, Is now outlawed.. .The Nat'l Lawyers
Guild (listed as a Commy-front by the Cong, probers) is trying to
find some way to Intervene In the proceedings against the Corn-
rats by the McCarran Act.. .Certain big Commy leaders are fed up
with Steve Nelson for the difficulties he has caused The Party.
Such a doap!.. .The U. S. chiefs hop* the Korean War ends soon.
Because they know the terrific losses will brine: rebellion againjt
the Red Chinese.. .Justices Jackson and Frankfurter are kouik to
get great pressure to urge reconsideration of the Big Decision...
Betty Gannett (one of the top people among the Scummles over
here* attended an emergency meeting of district organizers in
Chicago on June 5, 1951dldden you, dearie?
Six months ago Roy deGroot (a public relations consultant*
chlded us for a rap we took at his client, Kenneth deCourcy of
London. We reported deCourcy"s publication (Intelligence Digest
was listed with the U. 8. Dept. of Justice under the Foreign Agents
Registration Act.. He no like It and we told him to ro away, busy
you know... Here Is the latest Intelligence on his Intelligence
Digest: deCourcy's publishing firm Is In financial trouble up to.
Its dirty ears. Owes $16.000.. .Trouble is deCourcy Is milking the
American branchforcing transfer of mucho dollarsto his ac-
count in England... Creditors are about to start action against
consultant deGroot < that's degreat!) for the unpaid billswhile
deGroot talks about suing deCourcy... In short. American sub-
scribers to their Un-Intelligent Digest csn do real good with their
coin by sending it to the Runyon Cancer Fund treasurer (me!)
for exposing them.
Gromyko had a heart attack in s Parisian supper spot. Has a
medic by his side constantly... Acab Legion Comdr. Glubb Pasha
(a real Pisher) soon returns tc Britain unemployed. Over his feud
with Emir Lalai, eldest son of Abdullah, who wants the job as a
front for his playboying.. .Hitler's one-time top diplomat Franz
von Papen is reported seriously sick, ha. ha .Selene Walter's new
romancer Is Braiilionalre Francisc* Pignatarl... Met tenor Fer-
ruccio Tsgllsvsni and his wife will not divorce, they teU chums.
Just keep their distance, etc... The late Duct's cousin Alfredo
Mussolini was just arrested In Italy- for plckln* pockets.
How do you thsnk all those wonderful people, from the pate
boys, phone operators, flower sellers and all those who just waited
around wanting to helpall the way up to the (iants of show
businewat Milton's Berlethon?.. .What does the Kunyon Fund
Committee say besides thanks? We stuck at Milton's mike for 10
hour* and hated leaving to put together our own Sunday nighter.
Betty Henderson, grand old gal of society (she had her legs
photographed at the Met premiere seasons back), is at Doctors
fjosp. Very "run down" taking care of her 98 vear old mother and
trying to keep up with the rest of us... 8. BUlingslev will throw a
buffed and cocktail poddy so all the recording execs (and others
Intrigued by singer-schoolteacher Gloria Warner) can meet her
sometime this week...One of the motht thavage halr-jerkine
matches you ever saw took place outside Ruban Bleu the other
Kwning. A male ballet dancer accused a glamazon of theftlng his
y-friend.. Teddy, the Taft barber favorite. Is a haopv genius
His dglitr Lydia Is betrothed!. .Economists are predicting a pros-
perity wave this Fallechoing a recent Sunday-night newscaster
'...Uncle Miltle. the race-horse, turned out to be a Great Flop.
But Uncle Miltie, the comedian, turned out to be a Great Thor-
oughbred.

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ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
You wouldn't think until
you've lived with them for a
day or two, that the small band
of "little unionists" whose sklll-
lul fingers make the pocketbooks
for 50,000.000 American ladles,
tht wallets for the men folks,
the luggage for our great vaca-
tion seasons, and tb* sport
goods for baseball parks and
lighting rings, csn just ss skill-
fully snd quietly make vital
foreign news.
But, believe mc, they are. For
they have a desperate problem
saving the bread and butter of
their $375,000,000 Industry s
desperation which Is Crippling
other "little businesses" and ac-
tually threatening to make ghost
towns of small "one-industry-
communlties" right across the
nation. Some of these outlying
towns depend on their shrimp
fishermen some of their ladies'
scarf factories others on men's
hat plants but all suffer the
same problem of the "little
unionista' meeting here these
lew days: foreign competition!
In this field of the AFL's
Handbag, Luggage, Belt and
Novelty Workers' Union, ladies
purses from fashionable France
and bags from Germany, Eng-
land, Famce and Argentina, for
example, have so hit the Indus-
try that hundreds of shops have
closed and over 22,000 people
are jobless! Yet all of these for-
eign Imports are made possible
by dollars and machines we've
given our European friends.
The point then is: how do
we help our friends, and still
keep our own people earning
their daily bread with their
lifetime skills how do we
help our allies and still pre-
vent hundreds of bankrupt-
cies?
Here's what faces "little union-
ists," millions of them, all over
the nation: World War II, with
its blockbusters, rolled across
the rutted face of Europe, stra-
tegical wiping out great fac-
tories and huge machines. To-
day, as friends and former ene-
mies, attempt to recreate an eco-
nomy out of the rubble, they
turn to the light industries
which require only a few sew-
ing machines. For manpower
they use low-paid homeworkers.
You've seen the movies of a
foreign "lumpen proletariate"
living in a "bicycle thief" eco-
nomy, In caves and homes hack-
ed out of bombed-bulldlng runs.
Well, these are the people who
sew at home to pick up a few
extra pennies. In Germany,
there are 19,000 home workers
In our zone alone.
They bring their material
to a central plant, which
with its few sewing and
stamping machines, assem-
bles them so cheaply that
no American shop can com-
plete with them. Therefore,
once these ladies' handbags,
for example, are dumped
here, the Germans can sell
their purses in the V. S. for
53 per cent less than our
Amer icon manufacturers.
The French, for 20 per cent
ess: the English, for 26 per
cent under our product; the
Argentine, for 35 per cent
ess. Spain, which is a new-
comer to the light goods
export field, comes in for 40
per cent under our prices.
Of course, the Iron Curtain
lands can seU for any ridicu-
lous price, but at the mo-
ment are content to dump
here at 59 per cent under the
owest figure our small
businessmen can reach.
But leathergoods Imports are
Just one of scores of items which
are being dumped. I came down
here with a sheaf of letters
from friends who lead small
unions. They report that their
employer* are asking them for
aid to this crisis. And make no
mistake about them. They're de-
cent folk who want Europe and
Japan rehabilitated into pros-
perous democracies.
But, for example, my old
friend Joe Tuvln, leader of the
"Now Shake Hands and Come Out Fighting*
Mrs. Vogeler
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. Robert Vogeler Is sprung from
the hospital, is reasonably hale, considering his
experiences, and most of all he Is here instead
of Hungary. This summary I believe may be
credited more to his spouse than to the State
Department, the press, or anything else that
pried him loose from the Communist Jail.
Lucille Vogeler Is what Hemingway calls much,
woman. She is not what Is known as a pro-
gressive woman. She Is European, a Belgian, to
be exact, ahd sne does hot wish to wear pants,
run for Congress, or seek surcease from trouble
on a psychiatrist's couch.
Lucille, whom I believe to be a friend of mine,
could be called an old-fashioned woman. Her
business revolves around the menfolks. She can
weigh flattery to the last gram, and Is awful
goodat lnflatlnK the male ego. She has-s brain
as hard and sharp as a knife-edge, but she does
not Inflict it on the male animal as 'a piece of
general competition.
In so far as springing her husband was con-
cerned. I am sure that Lucille Vogeler would
have murdered anyone who tot in her way, and
I am also sure that she would not have lost any
sleep over it. Hers is a type of family loyalty
that Is deeply Ingrained in the European a
loyalty to the head of the house as a symbol of
security.
Lucille is pretty enough to make the movies,
and she has a wonderful sense of humor to go
with the beauty and the brains, and she likes
to laugh and plav and take a little drink and
eat and dance. But I am certain she would
have employed the ancient art of blackmail to
put In action the forces that got her old man
out of the jailhouse. She Is a real determined
gal. even, as her kids say. If she Is only a Bel-
gian.
This lady's approach to the respect of her two
husky boys Is a good index to her general char-,
acter. The lads had been accustomed to pa-
tronize Lucille as a "foreigner" who wasn't apt
to know about things like baseball. Just to
prove that she knew about the important things
of America, she waited for the Fourth of July
and had a massive array of fireworks construct-
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ed for her personally. Comes the fourth and
she hauls the kids up on a hill outside Vienna
and gave vent to what even the cynical tots ad-
mitted was a glorious Fourth. As of how they
have Just about decided that Ma ain't so much
a foreigner as she used to be.
It Is quite a family, the Vogeler gang. The
old man has got a lot of zip. He met Lucille
on a skiing expedition In Switzerland. He didn't
ski. himself, but he knew a Rood thin* when
he saw it, and he proposed about an hour after
he met her. She wasn't Interested. She already
had a feller, and she was spending most of ber
time on the slopes with the staves on her feet.
As a non-skier Vogeler was at a disadvantage.
So he hired an instructor, kept him up all night,
and by morning was A pretty fair schuss man.
Lucille found herself engaged along about lunch-
time, because Bob Vogeler Is a real firm fellow.
He has a nice sense of phrase, too.
When they let him loose he carried his own
bags across the line, and when he was greeted
he looked up at the sunny skies and remarked
simply:
"My. what a nice day to get out of Jail."
The biggest kick I have had in many a year
occurred the other night when we had the
pleasure of squiring Lucille around the town on
a bout of pure frivolity. It could have been the
first real evening of uncomplicated fun she had
enjoyed since they shut up her husband In
Hungary. We wound up somewhere around four
o'clock with three Hawallans, and even that late
she was like a kid with a new red sled.
Yet this Is the same dame who coldly and
cannlly withstood all offers and demands for
her husband's memoirs in order to wait for
competent management so as to exact the maxi-
mum in money. Her basic thrift- has decided
that so long as Pa had to suffer, he will be re-
compensed financially, at least, for the time he
put in.
I do not suppose that Mrs. Ruark and Mr.
Vogeler will agree to the deal, but if they will
I would propose to Mrs. V. tomorrow. And even
in that case I would expect no success, because
there must be a few thousand ardent swains
ahead of me.
cfteNiLY WASUrHGTOH
MERRY-(30-ROUND
y DRIW MARSON
"--asjs^s^s"*
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
STORM CLOUDS OVER THE PENTAGON
WASHINGTON. The unanimity which haa For such reasons, the old rule-of-thumb of
. prevailed on the surface between the spokes- one air wing .to one division must be discarded.
i hi.. HvVwnr'union renorts men of the Pentagon during the MacArthur in- And the other rule, which has been followed in
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grimly that only 250 out of his
1 700 'kerchief workers are em-
ployed. 8o cheaply can the Japs
sell here, that American manu-
facturers in this field cannot
afford American wages, and are
moving to Puerto Rico in search
of cheaper labor.
My first mentor in this field,
Marx Lewis of the AFL Hatters,
reports that the Czechs have
dumped 600.000 men's hat bo-
dies here in the past six months,
thereby desperately hurting em-
ployment and businessmen in
Massachusetts. Connecticut and
Pennsylvania cities.
From Pat McHugh, of the sal-
ty old Atlantic Fishermen's
Union, comes word that the
Mexicans are dumping 66,000,-
000 pounds of shrimp a year, or
about 40 per cent of all the
shrimp we eat. The story is the
same in a dozen Industries. And
only because foreign labor Is so
much cheaper than ours.
So the AFL Focketbook
and Luggage Workers lead-
ers here, led by veteran Os-
sip Wolinsky, are, at this
very minute, planning to ap-
propriate considerable sums
of money for agitation and
organization in foreign union
circles so that these foreign
labor leaders oan organize
and attempt to raise their
peoples' wages closer to
ours.
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vestlgation is wholly deceptive. In fact, If the
past is any guide to the future, an unholy row,
rivalling In bitterness the row which led up to
the dismissal of Adm. Louis Denfeld, Is likely to
break out In the near future. The whole basic
strategy of the United States, involving the very
survival of the Western alliance, may well de-
pend on the outcome of this Internal struggle.
Air Force Chief of Staff Hoyt Vandenrjerg,
with the full backing of his civilian superiors,
has already squarely posed the essential issue.
He has proposed to the Joint Chiefs of Staff
that air strength should be Increased from the
presently planned ninety-five groups to at least
140 groups. He has thus In eflect proposed that
the Air Force should be assigned the central
role In the American defense structure, with
about half of all defense funds allotted to It.
The basic Air Force thesis Is simple enough.
Firit, the American and the allied British na-
vies now wholly dominate the seas. The threat
of the Soviet snorkel submarine remains, but
no mere increase in conventional naval strength
will eliminate this threat.
Second, the United States can and must rely
heavily on European and other ground forces to
provide a deterrent on the ground to Red Army
attack. The United States cannot and must not
maintain huge ground forces Indefinitely. Thus
a great increase in the American ground forces
is neither necessary nor desirable.
Third, the Air is the one area in which the
United States can become and can remain de-
cisively superior to the Soviets. Yet the planned
level of air strength ninety-five groups will
leave the United States arid Its allies unques-
tionably inferior in tactical air strength.
The American ground forces, as well as the
ground forces of our allies, can never be quanti-
tatively superior to the Soviet and satellite ar-
mies. Thev will thus be destroyed unless the
gap In the air by this country's allies, since the
British aircraft Industry Is comparatively small,
and the Continent's aircraft industryNrirtAlly
non-exist en.U
the Pentagon since the last war ended, of di-
viding defense funds equally In three parts, on
the "one for the mole, one for the rat, one for
the badger" theory, must be discarded with It.
In sum. the Air Force must have the lion's share
of defense funds simply because a dominant
United States Air Force Is the heart and soul
of the defense of the West.
So runs the argument which will be increas-
ingly heard this summer. It is not an entirely
unfamiliar argument. But this time, the Air
Force chiefs, who are deeply convinced that they
are right, seem determined to force a showdown
all along the line.
They have many hurdles ahead. The first la,
of course, the Joint Chiefs themselves. It Is
about as unlikely as anything can be that Army
Chief J. Lawton Collins. Navy Chief Forrest
Sherman, or even Chairman Omar Bradley will
placidly agree to assign to the Air Force the
bulk of defense funds or the central rol* in
American defense. But it Is also unlikely that
the Air Force will accept a mere counting of
hands among the Joint Chief*.
Instead, the Air Force can be expected to
fight the issue up to the National Security
Council and the President, and finally to Con-
gress. Consideration has already been given to
the temporary recall of Gen. Lauris Norstad
from Europe, to state the case for great increas-
ed tactical air strength on the Continent, snd
to act as a chief spokesman for the Air Force.
Norstad's already articulate vdlce would be
lent added weight from the fact that he is
Commanding General of the US. Air Fore* in
Europe, under Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhower. Hi*
views on the need for increased air strength
would thus presumably have at least the impli-
cit endorsement of Elsenhower. On the other
hsnd, the position taken by Defense Secretary
George Marshall will csrry great weight with
the National Security Council and President
Truman, and Marshall it believed unlikely to
support the Air Force.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: Bear companies lobby against return-
ing to bottled beer; Army needs more emphasis on
artillery; Jon Jonkel was scapegoat in Maryland Sen-
ate campaign.
WASHINGTON.The beer barons are now hustling around
.he capital pulling all sorts of wire to prevent beer from being
sold in bottle*: They want their beer In tin cans, despite'thf
fact that the National Production Authority Is clamping vdbwn
pa the unnecessary us* of tin, now one of the scarce metals bad-
ly needed for mobilization.
Bottles, on the other band, are not scarce. Despite ibis,
toe brewing companies are howling to high heaven against us-
ing them.
Oddly enough, the champion of the breweries is OOP Sen.
Hugh Butler of Omaha, Neb.which Is a long way from Mil-
waukee, Wis., the beer capital. Butler has bombarded NPA with
sizzling letters and has even made personal trips to NPA head-
quarters on behalf of the brewing- companies.
His latest letter angrily denounces the "pressure" against
in for beer cans and demands that NPA notify him before takv
lng any action in favor of bottled beer. What Butler may not
know, hpwever, is that the "pressure" is coming t*om rant
under his nose In the benate. Texas Sen. Lyndon Johnson's alert
watchdog committee does not consider beer cans essential toth*
national delense and has urged a return to bottles.
NOTEButlet's home state of Nebraska has only two small
brewing, companiesStore and Metz. The Nebraska senator has
Jten under pressure from Storz on the beer-can problem, but
nasn't even neard from Metz, In spite of his emphasis on beer
cans, Butler explained to this column that his light Is for Us
for the entire canning Industry.
GEN. COLLINS CRITICIZES
It may mean a shake-up In army training; but Oen J. Law-
ton Collins, Army Chief of Staff, was critical of U.S. Army
maneuvers in West Germany last week. After watching crac';
army combat units in mock battle near Grafewohr, Collins called)
for more stress on firepower, leu on manpower. \
The units had been practicing frontal attacks and bayonet
charges, which run up the casualty list ss the Chinos* bav
learned In Korea. Instead, Collins recommended that tin troop
ueploy to high ground and concentrate on firepower. He pointed
out hat American can spare artillery fire, but not men. ColUn
also suggested that the Air Force work closer with ground troops
in actual training in order to improve tactical air support
MARYLAND CONVICTION
It was no accident that Jon Jonkel, the Chicago Tribune
frlend-campaign-mahager for GOP Sen. John Butler In Mary-
land, pleaaea guilty to violating the Corrupt Practices Act and
paid his $5,000 fine within about -70 minutes. The guilty plea and
tne money to pay the fine had all been arranged in advance.
Actually, Jonkel was no more guilty than various others wha
participated in the hot campaign against 8en. Mlllard Tydlngs,
However, he was picked as tne scapegoat.
What the boys who engineered the Maryland campaign"
against Tydlngs were afraid of was what Jonkel would say on
cross-examination. Would he perjure himself? Or would he tell
the truth? In the latter case, some others might have been la
tne soup too.
The whole problem was discussed at the GOP Senate Cam-
paign Committee some time ago, at which cagey Sen. Owen
arewster of Maine, former committee chairman, give this genera*
advice:
"Our first duty is to protect our Senator, and make sure
John Butler keeps his seat. It's unfortunate someone has to t*
the goat in this thing, but Jonkel is a professional (public rela-
tions) man, and therefore this is all part of the business to him."
Some other Republicans, however, are not happy over tli.j
strategy. Remarked one GOP Senator: "Truman ajways backs h.
meneven when they're wrong. We've got to do the same thin
if we want to encourage loyalty In' the party."
NOTEMaryland's new GOP Governor, Theodore Roosevelt
McKeldin, and bis state leaders are not unhappy over Jonkel'*
conviction. They have long resented the interference of the Chi-
cago Tribune in "Maryland politics, and the repeated assertions
that Bazy Miller, niece of Colonel McCormlck, snd Senstor Mc-
Carthy really defeated Tydlngs. Jonkel was brought to Maryland
from Chicago by this group.
CONGRESSIONAL WIDOWER
Georgia's forthright "Uncle Carl" Vlnson, 67-year-old boss of
the House Armed Services Committee. Is furious over whispers
that he Is sbout to marry his office secretary, attractive Charlotte
Ccnn of Milledgevtlle, Ga. The rumors have been taken so seri-
ously that Vinson's office was queried by the A.P. as to wheth**
he eloped.
Vlnson, now a widower, probably doesn't realize that.bs>
started the rumors himself by sprucing up around the office snd,
going on s diet of black coffee in the morning, fruit juice, a*
noon and a light evening meal. This led to sly winks from, his
Congressional colleagues, then talk about an office romance.
When the rumorj got back to him, Vlnson exploded. He said
he hadn't made a fool of-himself yet and doesn't intend to start
doing so now. %
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Gordon Gray, former Secretary of the Army, now President1
of the University of North Carolina, is being urged to come backr
to government. ..So also Is Barry Bingham, publisher of ths'
Louisville Courier Journal, who helped build up the Marshall
Plan In Europe.. .The Justice Department can't make up Its mind
whether to crack down on Joe Rosenbaum, who figured in ths
[-RFC scandals. Rosenbaum denied slating that he had RFC di-
rectors Dunham and Willett "in his Dockjet," but the Justice De-
partment has come up with conflicting evidence... Reason whp-
the French Government will send a representative to the reunion
of the 04th Division at Chicago this week is because that division
organized Free French and Communist French troops in ths
Buttle of Brittany and starved out the German-held ports of
Brest snd 8t. Nazalre... American scientists have now perfected
a small, pocket-size radio set, which can be dropped behind Aha
Iron Curtain. It can be manufactured for only about $6 and may
revolutionize listening to the Voice of America. ..The first Negra?
In history has been accepted for post-graduate study at .ths
Naval AcademyMajor Clarence Davenport of Detroit. He will
study radioactive defense.
(Copyright. 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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PANAMA, R. P., JUEVES, JUNIO 14, 1*51
CINCO CENTESIMO!
Los universitarios argentinos
enfrentaron
se
Un lder estudiantil muerto
y ocho policas heridos es
el saldo del primer choque
La Universidad del Rosario se declara en huelga
de simpata con sus colegas
pol
icia
Firma del Convenio de Socorro a la Infancia
BUENOS AIRES, junio 14.
(UP). Ut polica anunci el
arresto del estudiante Ernesto
Bravo, cuya desaparicin el 17
de mayo provoc que los estu-
diantes "pro-comunistas" de la
Universidad se declararan en
huelga en la creencia que es-
te habla sido asesinado.
La polleia dijo que Bravo,
estudiante de qumica, haba
sido arrestado anoche despus
de un tiroteo entre la polica
y un grupo que se presume es-
taba dirigido por Bravo T otros
dos hombres que lograron es-
Se dijo que el automvil, de
la Polica haba recibido dos
impactos de bala y Brayo re-
sult herido durante el choque.
Todava no se ha podido saber
en dnde se encontraba Bravo
durante su desaparicin.
Horas mas temprano, nueve
policas resultaron heridos en
otro choque con estudiantes
pro-comunistas en la Pa?* del
Congreso. Diez y ocho huelguis-
tas fueron arrestados acusados
de 'tratar de minar la autori-
dad de la Polleia" y otro nume-
ro le acusado de "conducta
desordenada".
La lucha comenz cuando la
Polica trat de dispersar una
muchedumbre que se habla
concentrado en la plasa para
exigir justicia por el asesinato
de los jvenes luchadores por la
paz, Ernesto Bravo y Francisco
Blanco".
Blanco, uno de los dirigentes
comunistas, le muerto el lunes
en la noche durante el allana-
miento de la oficina del partido
en los suburbios. Los estudian-
tes haban incluido a Bravo en
su grito de batalla creyendo que
habia sido asesinado.
La huelga estudiantil debi
haber terminado ayer, pero los
dirigentes de la misma han or-
Siado que sta siga debido al
esto de estudiantes.
Los estudiantes de Rosario, la
segunda ciudad de Argentina,
se declararon en huelga de sim-
pata por el movimiento de
Buenos Aires. Informes proce-
dentes de esa ciudad dicen que
un estudiante fue arrestado du-
rante una escaramuza con la
polica.
Mientras tanto, el Consejo
Nacional de Universidades or-
den a todos los centros estu-
diantiles y organizaciones que
continen con sus actividades
extra-curriculares, fuera de la
Universidad. Tambin le dije-
ron a las autoridades de la Uni-
versidad que no permitan nin-
guna actividad que amenace
perturbar su funcionamiento
normal.
El Embajador de Rusia en Irn
admiti que en la frontera
hay paracaidistas Rusos ahora
TEHERAN, Junio 14 (UP) se encontraban tropas paracal-
No dar salvoconducto a Haya
de la Torre el Gno. del Per
El Embajador de Estados Un
dos, Henry F. Orady, visit al
Premier Mahomed Mossadegh
debido a la preocupacin de Li-
tados Unidos por la inquietud
reinante en las tribus del sur
de Irn, mientras que el peil-
etco "Atesh' inform que 1 *"-
bajador de Rusia haba permiti-
do que en las fronteras de Irn
Investigan en Los
Santos rumores de
una posible peste
El Dr. Juan Bernal ha sido
enviado urgentemente por el
Departamento de Salud Pblica
a Chitr para que investigue las
Causas de una peste en Los san-
tos, que segn Informes ha cau-
sado siete muertes.
El Dr. Bernal parti sta ma-
ana para Chitr en donde se
establecer, ya que sa ciudad
queda a unos cinco minutos de
Loa Santos y existen mayores
facilidades.
En sta ciudad se espera con
ansiedad el resultado de las in-
vestigaciones del Dr. Bernal, ya
que de ser cierto que se ha
propagado una peste en Los
Santos el Ooblerno tendr que
tomar drsticas medidas para
hacerle frente a la situacin.
istas rusas.
Ms Urde Orady dijo que es-
taba preocupado por la situa-
cin en el sur de Irn, en donde
corren rumores de conflictos
entre las tribus.
Dijo que "tema que sta si-
tuacin afectara las conversa-
ciones sobre el petrleo, pero
hasta donde yo he podido com-
prender, Mossadegh no cree que
ios sucesos en el sur son parti-
cularmente sign iflcativos, y
piensa que no existe razn al-
guna para que las discusiones
con la compaa no sigan ade-
lante en trminos amistosos".
Por su parte, el matutino "A-
tesh" public la noticia de que
el Embajador del soviet, Ivjn
Sadcblkov le habia informado
ai Ministro de Relaciones Exte-
riores de Irn, Bagher Kaze.nl,
de que las concentraciones ru-
sas en las fronteras de Irn e-
i an tropas paracaidista* hacien
'lo maniobras y pas a explicar
la posicin rusa en caso que 'os
britnicos enven paracaidistas
a los campos petroleros. El pe-
ridico no dio ms detalles.
Los crculos occidentales opi-
nan que la atmsfera para la
nacionalizacin del'petrleo nc
ts tan buena como hace unos
dos o tres das, y que se necesi-
tar una gran dosis de pa-
ciencia.
La primera reunin entre ios
representantes de la Anglo-Ira-
nian y el grupo iranio tendr
lugar a las 5 de la tarde, hora
local, en el Ministerio de ils-
rienda.
Mueren ms en E. U. por accidentes
de trnsito que en el frente de Corea
WASHINGTON. Junio 14 (UP) El Presidente Truman
dijo que mientras las bajas norteamericanas en Corea en un
ao de lucha haban sido menos de 80,000 incluyendo a los
muertos, heridos, enfermos y muertos por accidentes, en Es-
tados Unidos haban resultado 35,000 personas muertas y
ms de 1.000,000 heridas en accidentes en las carreteras du-
rante el ao pasado.
El Presidente Truman se dirigi a la Conferencia de Se-
guridad en las Carreteras, la cual se celebra en Washington.
"Este es un terrible precio a pagar por el descuido y la
ineflciencia". continu diciendo ai Presidente.
"Ahora mismo", continu diciendo. "Estados Unidos y
las naciones occidentales le estn haciendo frente al enor-
me peligro de la agresin comunista, v esto hace que el
trabajo de esta conferencia sea ms importante".
"En estos tiempos de turbacin estamos trabajando con
el mayor ahinco que,podemos para hacer a nuestro pas
ms tuerte. Nuestro objetivo es evitar una nueva guerra
mundial preparando nuestras defensas v haciendo ms fuer-
tes a los pueblos libres que estn aliados a nosotros", dijo
Truman.
"Esta necesidad de una Amrica poderoas>4^e sjat su
trabajo sea dos veces urgente. Los accidente Be-
teres afectan directamente nuestro poderlo n]
"Un accidente en las carreteras le hace .
nuestro esfuerzo de defensa como un acto dell|
botaje de parte de agentes hoattles".
sm *-ea.
La vista presenta el momento en que la seorita Alice Shaffer- firma el acuerdo de nuestro
pas cen la UNICEF por la cual se proporcionar cooperacin para la asistencia de preescola-
rei, escolares, adolescentes, madres en embarato y madres lactantes de nuestro pas. Apare-
cen en la fotografa la seorita Alice Shaffer, de la.UNICEF; Ing. don Juan de Arco alindo,
Ministre de Trabajo, Previsin Social y Salud Pblica; Ing. don Ricardo Bermudez. Ministro
de Edaeaeln; Dr. Alberto E. Calvo 8., Director de Salud Pblica, y el Lie. Guillermo E% Bele-
o C, Jefe de Bioestdistlca y Educacin Sanitaria.________________________________^___
Manifiesta que
exigir termine
ahora el asilo
LIMA, Junio 14. (UP). El
Gobierno del Per expidi un
comunicado oficial de 17 pun-
tos declarando que de confor-
midad con la sentencia de la
Corte Internacional de Justicia
no se otorgar salvoconducto al
refugiado Haya de la Torre pa-
ra que salga del territorio pe-
ruano y ejercitar su reconoci-
do derecho para exigir la cesa-
cin del asilo.
El comunicado hace una his-
toria de las circunstancias en
que se produjo el asilo de Ha-
ya de la Torre en la Emba-
jada de Colombia cuando ha-
ban transcurrido tres meses
desde el emplazamiento de Ha-
ya y otros acusados por el Juez
Instructor de la Marina para
su procesamiento a raiz de la
rebelln del Callao el 3 de oc-
tubre de 1948 y cuya sentencia
definitiva sera pronunciada
conforme a las leyes por la Su-
prema Repblica.
Seala el Gobierno el cum-
(r fa a ro i
Se crear una Comisin para
la distribucin de la leche
para nios y escolares aqu
Los Ministros de Salubridad riormente ayuda a madres em-
a. (I V____a. *___-u -I I________B -1 a. > f, rl In H O V\ fl f
Se han creado 60
nuevas escuelas
en la Repblica
Un representante del Minis-
terio oe Educacin inform
esta maana a "El Panam
Amrica" que sern creadas
ms de sesenta escuelas en io-
do el territorio de la Rep-
blica.
Veinte de esas escuelas co-
mensaran a prestar servicio
en la Provincia de Chiriqui a
solicitud expresa del Inspector
Provincial d Educacin don
Jos Mara Rey. La nueva es-
cuela de Progreso en la regln
fronteriaa est incluida en las
nuevas escuelas que eomenia-
rn a funcionar inmediatamen-
te.
Muchas de estas solicitudes
fueron hechas hace tiempo y
permanecan para su estuaio
y consideracin en el Despa-
cho del Ministro.
y de Educacin, Inga. Juan de
Arco Galindo y Ricardo Bermu-
dez anunciaron hoy, despus de
la firma del acuerdo con la
UNICEF, que se nombrar una
COMISIN PERMANENTE in-
tegrada- por miembros de edu-
cacin y salubridad para que
"administre cientficamente la
distribucin gratuita de la le-
che y margarina para los nios
de nuestro pas." Como se sabe
al firmarse el acuerdo hoy, 15,-
000 nios recibirn la ayuda
efectiva de 270,000 libras de le-
che y otra porcin de marga-
rina, a partir del prximo mes
de Julio durante nueve meses y
medio.
El acuerdo supone un costo
de cerca de B.83,000 en benefi-
cio de nuestros nios y poste-
barazadas y madres lactantes.
Cada nio recibir una racin
de cuarenta gramos diarios de
leche y diez gramos de marga-
rina como mnimo. El plan
tiende a que cada escuela e
Institucin desarrolle comedo-
res especiales en que se sigan
normas altas de nutricin pa-
ra lo cual vendr la seorita
Lucila Sogandares a principios
de julio, especialmente enviada
por el INCAP.
"Con este paso llevamos la
ayuda efectiva y prctica a las
grandes mayoras de nios y
madres de nuestro pas, con el
apoyo que nos proporciona '.a
UNICEF", declar el Ministro
de Salud Pblica, Ing. Juan de
Arco Galindo'despus de eatam-
(Pass a la Pagina K. Columna i*
Decidir la Corte
Suprema si juzgar
a los Ex-Ministros
La Corte Suprema de Justi-
cia decidir si le tocar conocer
el caso contra los ex-Minlstros
de Estado, actualmente dete-
nidos, al resolver una solicitud
de fianza de excarcelacin en
favor del ex-Mlnlstro de Educa-
cin, profesor Cristbal Adn de
Urrlola presentada por don Al-
fredo Burgos.
Esta solicitud esta siendo es-
tudiada por el Magistrado Pu-
bllo A. Vasquez, a quien fu re-
partida por Secretaria.
Escogen terna los
industriales para
el Min. Samudio
La terna de Industriales que
solicit el Ministro de Agricul-
tura, Comercio e industrias, don
David Samudio, al Sindicato de
Industriales de Panam para
escoger al Director que ha de
[representar la industria ante el
Banco Agropecuario, fu escogi-
da anoche en sesin convocada
renrrlalrnrntr para ese efecto.
Resultaron electos los siguien-
tes industriales: para principa-
les: Rogelio Rodrguez, Dulcidlo
Gonzlez y Guillermo E. Quija-
no: Para Suplentes, Jorge I.
Cont, Vicente Pascual y Enri-
que Alberto de la Ossa.
La reunin de Industriales
que escogi las ternas anterio-
res estuvo presidida por el titu-
lar del Sindicato don Raimun-
do Ortega Vieto y asistieron a
la misma apreciable nmero de
Importantes empresas indus-
triales de todos los ramos.
Hasta el lunes no
llegar a Panam
Marian Anderson
Por dificultades de ltima ho-
ra relacionada con el trans-
porte, la empresa de Conciertos
Westerman ha sido Informada
por cable que la famosa can-
tante Marian Anderson que de-
ba llejar a esta ciudad 1 S-
bado proximo, no llegar hasta
el lunes a las 11 y 30 del da.
Desplmase toda
la resistencia
Roja en Corea
Los abados ocuparon la ciudad de Ponyang
en la meseta triangular
TOKIO, Junio 14. (UP).
Los comunistas han acelerado
su retirada a todo lo largo del
frente de Corea Central y otros
despus de haber abandonado
a Pyongyang a 29 millas al
Norte del Paralelo 3Pt
An hasta la resistencia de
las retaguardias rojas se ha
desvanecido en el'frente de 85
millas desde Imjln al Norte de
Sel hasta la costa oriental.
Slo en el frente occidental en
los caminos que conducen a
Pyongyang los comunistas se
mantenan firmes, '
Las retiradas comunistas fue-
ron reportadas al Norte y Este
de Pyongyang, ancla norte del
"tringulo de hierro" comunis-
ta en Corea Central y al Norte
de Hwachon, Yanggu y el rio
Inje en el Este.
La cada de Pyongyang, ayer,
complet la conquista de la me-
seta triangular rodeada de mon-
taas desde la cual los rojos
han lanzado tres Invasiones
contra Corea del 8ur
Jeron que la captura de la me-
seta ha sido la ms grand*
vitcorla tctica de loe alladoa
desde que los chinos entraron
en la guerra de Corea.
Dos poderosas fuerzas aliadas
protegidas por enormes tanques
y cubiertas por un "paraguas
de aviones de combate entraron
hasta el corazn de Pyongyang
ayer.
Una de las columnas avanz
15 millas sin oposicin desde
Chorwon, mientras que la otra
avanz hacia el noroeste desda
Kumhwa, unindose con la pri-
mera columna dentro de Pyon-
gyang una hora despus de ha-
ber destruido un bloque comu-
nista en el camino.
Un corresponsal de la Prensa
Unida que entr Junto con la
columna de Chorwong en Pyon-
gyang dijo que la ciudad no
era ms que un montn da
ruinas, casas y fbricas que-
madas". Dijo que ni una sola
persona muerta o vWa
^despache? del frente di- enTotrabe en la ciudad.
El Canad rechaz peticin
del Gbno. de Estados Unidos
para que se rebaje el papel
MONTREAL, Junio 14 (UP)
El Gobierno del Canad recl.azo
;a peticin de Estados Unidw
para que cancelara el reciente
aumento de diez dolare en la
tonelada de papel hecha por 1?.
c. ..,- '.nArf Oanpr Com
'AbllitrS rWer and Paper Com
pany', y aprob aumentos simi-
lares por otras compaas.
El rechazo fu hecho en una
carta enviada por R- M> EOwcr.
Jefe de la Divisin de Pulp y
Papel del Departamento de Fro
auccin de la Defensa M. Ll-
salle, Estabilizador de Precios de
Estados Unidos.
Powler le dijo a Dlsalle que
el aumento de diez dlares de
la "Abilltibi" haba sido apro-
bado por el Gobierno del Cana-
d "por el bien de la Industria*
v que el aumento seria efectivo
.?1 lo. de Julio, tal como se ha-
bia anunciado-
Se ordena editar
la Constitucin
que est vigente
El Ministerio de Educacin ha
dado a publicacin el siguiente
comunicado:
En atencin a lo solicitado por
el peridico "La Semana" de
Penonom" y el diario "El
ais' el Ministerio de Educacin
llene el agrado de anunciar uu#
en el da de hoy se orden 1
elaboracin de un tiraje popular
de la Constitucin Nacional ue
948, con el propsito de que
todos los Maestros y Profesorej
(Pasa a la Pg. 6. Cal. )
Escandaloso
Estudiantes
trfico de drogas entre
se descubre en EE. UU.
NUEVA YORK, Junio 14 (UP)
__ Varios estudiantes, demasia-
do jvenes para tener vos de
hombres, le dijeron hey a los
Investigadores de narcticos drl
Estado que se vean obligados a
portarle las armas a los pan-
Uleros y a establecer maquna-
las de apuestas para poder sa-
tisfacer sus ansias de drogas.
Hablando cen vos chulona,
propia de la pubertad, los j-
venes dijeren que tomaban de-
sis de cocana ante los ojos de
loe maestros, y varias veces se
escurran a los cuartee de cal-
deras y servicios higinicos de
la escuela para inyectarse he-
rona.
Los Jvenes declararon por
medie de grabaciones, y no en
persona, en la Investigacin del
Estado sobre el trfico ilegal de
narcticos, para mantenerse a-
nnimoa, y dijeren que algunos
ompaeros de escuela vendan
entre 3 y 4M dlares diarlos
en narcticos y otros trabaja-
ban en combinacin con las fi-
suras del hampa e reciban a-
puestas de caballos para corue-
galr dinero cen qu comprar las
drogas.
Un estudiante de escuela se-
-undaris, de 16 aos de edad,
admiti haber hecho uso de la
herona en el saln de clases y
dijo que haba tenido que ha-
cerle "favores" al hombre que
le abasteca cea la droga.
El joven explic que, per e-
jemplo, "si estbamos en ana
Jvenes de quince y diez y seis
anos absorban Cocana en las Aulas
de clases y se inyectaban herona
Caracterizados miembros del hampa daban drogas
a los estudiantes para que le ayudaran
a esconder sus armas
funcin y veamos a un hom-
bre detrs, como un deetecii-
ve por ejemplo el hombre me
pasaba su revlver y yo se lo
pasaba a otro tipo".
Durante el segundo da de las
va York en presencia de los di-
rectores de las mismas y el rui-
do de los campos de juego en el
fondo.
Un rollizo muchacho de 17
aos, quien admiti que todava
investigaciones sobre el uso de trabajaba come colector de a-
narcticM por anos 5.M0 jve
nes de Mueva York, las declara-
ciones hechas per loa mucha-
chos en un lenguaje tpico del
bajo mundo, eran de ste tenor:
"Mis amigos me dieron nn
"diablo" (cigarrillo de marihua-
na) en una fiesta. Ms tarde
absorb cocana y luego comen-
o a inyectarme herona. Yo no
sabia qae era na cosa tan
mala''.
El Fiscal Nathaniel L. Golds-
tein dej que los muchachos di-
jeran sea historias por medio
de grabaciones de cinta.
Las grabaciones fueron he-
chas dorante las piteadas des
semanas en las escuelas de Nue
puestas, dije que el joven que
vende las drogas en su escuda
de Brooklyn hace de 309 a ese
dlares diarios vendindole prin-
cipalmente a les estudiantes
"De 300 a 40e dlares diarios",
exclam sorprendido el Investi-
gador. "No cree usted que el
muchacha exageraba para ha-
cerse el importante?"
"No," dijo el Joven colector de
apuestas. "El perda demasiado
dinero conmigo, asi qae deba
estar diciendo la verdad".
"Sabe usted si todava l es-
la vendiendo narcticos?"
"Si, todava".
"Per qu picata usted so?"
"Porque todava coloca sas a-
'unestas conmigo', contest el
joven de 17 anos.
US) nio de 1> anos dijo a-
biertamente que mientras se
encontraba detenido en el ie-
.urnajtorio de la ciudad despus
de Haber sido detenido sorpren-
uido con ciRarrilo e marihuana,
hab tsio a otros prisioneros
recibir marihuana en la crcel'.
Ai ser preguntado sobre sus
experiencias con narcticos en
ia escuela, el nio de 15 anos
ujo que era fcil absorber, tu-
rnar o inyectarse la droga "en
SI comeuoi, en el cusrto ue cal-
ueras o en la azotea",
"Eran muchos los muchachos
que fumaban "diablos"?, pre-
sunto el investigador.
"Como un 90 por ciento de
los muchachos de color y un 40
per siento de los blancos", con-
test el nio.
Un estudiante de tercer ao,
de 16 aos de edad, dijo que
cinco de sus companeros ".o-
gian" cocana, ponindosela en
las aas y absorbindola por la
aria en los salones de clases
"Hacan so mientras el maes-
tro estaba enseando?"
"Si", contest el niiro.
CHKULACION PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23,300
Asignan las escuelas en que .
deben trabajar los maestros
del Interior de la Repblica
Mediante resuelto del Minis-
terio de Educacin han sido a-
slgnads las escuelas a los
maestros nombrados reciente-
mente as'
Provincia Escolar de Veraguas
Nidia M. de Quintero, para la
escuela Dominio del Canada.
Dora C. de Cornejo, para la
escuela de El Coco.
Natividad C. de Diaz, para la
escuela de Caacillas, en reem-
plazo de Koris S. de Gutirrez
quien pas a otra escuela.
Luz Dlvlnla M. de Garca de
Paredes, para la escuela de Ca-
acillas, para llenar vacante
que all existe.
Vilma Echeverry, para la es-
cuela de Caazas, por aumen-
to de matricula.
Ins, M. Amores, para la es-
cuela de Los Hatillos, en reem-
plazo de Margarlto Mojlca,
quien pasa a otra escuela.
Milcades Amores, para la es-
cuela de Llano de la Cruz, en
remplazo de NlsodiUa G. de Ri-
vera, cuyo nombramiento se de-
clara Insubsistente.
Humberto Chang Herrera, pa-
ra la cuela de Llano de ia
Cruz, por aumento de matricu-
la.
Carmen Luque, para la es-
(Pasa a la Pg. . col. 7)
Renense los Mdicos
Esta noche tendr lugar en
el Instituto Gorges una reu-
nin de la Asociacin Mdica
Nacional. Se nos ha -forma-
do que esta es una reunin
de carcter administrativo.
Un barco con bandera panamea fu
hundido por Nacionalistas Chinos
TAIPEI, Junio 14 (UP) Informes no con firmados dicen
que los tripulantes del barco panameo "Bust", que se hun-
di recientemente en la costa de Cheklang, se encuentran
ahora en Keelung.
Las autoridades navales nacionalistas sostienen que no
se han recibido Informes sobre los tripulantes. Dicen que el
barco se hundi despus que un bote guerrillero sin Identi-
ficar lo persigui hacia aguas poco profundas cerca de las
Islas Tachlu al sur de Chusan.
Sin embargo, fuentes dignas de crdito dicen que el bar-
co panameo fu perseguido por un Junco guerrillero a motor
que estaba armado con un can, embarrancando a diez mi-
llas al nor-este de las Islas Tachiu. Todos los tripulantes y
parte de su cargamento de frijol de soya fueron rescatados
por las guerrillas.
Los informantes dicen que las guerrillas entregaron ms
tarde a los tripulantes del barco a los nacionalistas, llegando
estos a Keelung hace tres das.
Desde hace algn tiempo se ha venido comentando que
los barcos bajo bandera panamea se estn dedicando a co-
merciar con loe Comunistas Chinos por lo que se ha amena-
zado con llevar el asunto a las Naciones Unidas.
Se supone que la accin de las guerrillas chinas contra
este barco panameo ha sido una represalia contra los bu-
ques panameos que negocian con ios Comunistas, pues los
guerrilleros que combaten contra el rgimen de Mao Tse-
tung estn dispuestos a evitar por todos los medios que ese
Gobierno reciba materiales estratgicos.


fACINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO rNDEPENDKNT
JUEVES, JUNIO 14, 1951

Jggjk.
PanamaAmrtca
MAMO INOVENMCNTS
HARMODIO AMIA. oi-tcto
COITORA PANAMA AMERICA. A.
TdirONO S-0741 IClNTRAl PIVDA> APARTADO POOTM, V. 134
M .U. tALLCRia ITUAOO ti tTA CIUDAD. CALll H. N. S7
EL CASO DE HAYA DE LA TORRE
El fallo que acaba de dictar la Corte Interna-
cional de Justicia en el caso que le sometieron Co-
. lombia y Per por razn del asilo concedido por
Colombia al lder prista peruano Haya de la To-
rre, est muy lejos de satisfacer, como cuestin
prctica, las necesidades de nuestra poca, o las
aspiraciones de equidad o de justicia, en la Am-
rica Latina.
Por un lado se afirma en la sentencia que el
asilo otorgado por la embajada colombiana debi
haber terminado desde Noviembre pasado. Esto de-
be significar para expertos.e intonsos que Colom-
bia carece de derecho para mantener al asilado
bajo su proteccin.
Por otra parte, se afirma tambin que Colom-
bia no est obligada a entregar el asilado a las
autoridades peruanas.
Y luego, como para confirmar el estancamien-
to, agrega el propio Tribunal que carece de fa-
cultad para determinar qu medio deben poner en
prctica loa litigantes para ponerle fin al asilo.
Aunque la. sentencia no insina cules son los
medios legales que podran usarse para que cese la
controversia se sabe que slo existen dos: que Co-
lombia entregue el asilado o que Per le otorgue
salvoconducto.
Sobre estos extremos del dilema tenemos que
Colombia hasta ahora se ha negado rotundamente
a la entrega, y que Per con no menos nfasis re-
husa el salvoconducto. En las negociaciones que
puedan acaso surgir entre los dos pases para re-
solver la contienda, una de las partes tendra que
abandonar su posicin, a no ser que se quiera que
l tiempo por s solo se encargue de poner punto
final a la cuestin.
Surgir fcilmente la idea de que hay por lo
menos deficiencia en el fallo, pero ello realmente
no depende de la actuacin de los jueces sino ms
bien de los convenios que rigen sobre el parti-
cular en la Amrica Latina. El asunto no parece
claro o suficientemente desarrollado en los conve-
nios respectivos. Y no siempre puede esperarse que
la mayora de los jueces de la Corte Internacio-
nal, para quienes el llamado derecho de asilo acaso
es slo una doctrina extica o arcaica, quiera He-
nar, por medio de una sentencia,. los vacos que
existen en tales convenios.
Si la cuestin planteada continuara indefinida-
mente se le hara un serio perjuicio al prestigio
de las relaciones interamericanas. Ante el mundo
nuestra organizacin regional aparecera en cier-
to modo desequilibrada y deficiente si dos pa-
ses hermanos no pudieran ser capaces de hallar
una frmula adecuada para poner punto final a
una enojosa situacin.
Evacuados los trmites de la controversia en
la Corte y en vista del pronunciamiento de sta
lo que cabe es, a nuestro juicio, que mediante una
negociacin conciliatoria ya sea directa entre Pe-
r y Colombia o a travs de las Organizaciones de
los Estados Americanos o de alguno o algunos pa-
ses miembros de sta, se cierre el largo captulo
constituido por el caso del asilo de Haya de la
..Torre.
C*l C arruSel
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Las compaas cerveceras presionan
contra el retorno a la cerveza embotellada; El Ejr-
cito necesita ms artillera; John Jonkel fu vctima en
la campaa Senatorial de Maryland.
El Dr. Austreberto Paredes
time el Rusto de participar a su distinguida clientela y al
pblico en general, que se "encuentra nuevamente al fren-
te dr Clnica, establecida en Calle 10 No. 10079. esquina
ro- Tilda Roosevelt, donde como siempre, estar com-
<' c a sus rdenes.
ESPECIALIDAD, UROLOGA.
< mus de 10:00 a.m. a 12 M/. y de S:00 a 6:00 p.m.
Telfono 934-A, Ciudad de Coln.
DESCUENTO ESPECIAL
Upo/ SOLAMENTE
J 11 /o PARA EL
m J mes de

JUNIO
En todos los
LBUMES

[ de DISCOS
\ COLUMBIA
(Corriente 78)
Popularen S nii-l li< o- Clsicos
0
Cyrnos para Regalos Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
Are. Tivoll No. 16
Ave. J. T. de la Ossa No. 1
WASHINGTON. Los ba-
rones de la cerveza se estn
apiando en la capital mo-
viendo toda clase de hilos pa-
ra evitar que la cerveza ten*
ga que venderse embotellada.
Estos seores quieren que la
cerveta sea enlatada, a pesar
del hecho que la Autoridad
de Produccin Nacional (APN)
est recortando el uso Inne-
cesario del estao, uno de loa
metale* escasos que se nece-
sitan urgentemente para la
movilizacin.
Las botellas, por otra i parte,
no estn escasas. A pesar de
sto, las compaas cerveceras*
estn pegando el grito al cielo
para no usarlas.
Cosa rara, el campen de
las cerveceras es el Senador
Republicano Hugh Butler de
Omaha, Nebraska, que queda
bien lejos de Milwaukee, Wis-
consin, la capital cervecera.
Butler ha bombardeado a la
APN con cartas violentas y
hasta ha hecho algunos via-
jes personales a las oficinal
de la APN a nombre de las
compaas cerveceras.
Su ltima carta denuncia en-
conadamente la "presin" con-
tra el u.so del estao para las
latas de cerveza y exige que
la APN le notifique antes de
tomar cualquier accin en favor
de la cerveza en botellas. Lo
que Butler quizs no sabe es
que la "presin"-est debajo de
sus propias narices en el Se-
nado. El vigilante comit del
Senador Lyondon Johnson no
considera que las latas de cer-
veza son esenciales para la de-
fensa nacional y estn exigien-
do el retorno a las botellas.
Nota: Nebraska, el Estado
natal de Bntler, tiene slo dos
pequeas cerveceras, la Stor*
y la Met. El Senador de
Nebraska solamente ha sido
presionado por la Storz en
el problema de la cerveza
enlatada, pero ni siquiera ha
odo hablar de la Meta. A"
pesar de sa nfasis en la
cerveza enlatada, Butler le
explic a esta columna que su
lucha es para conseguir esta-
o a toda la industria de
latas.
EL GENERAL COLLINS
CRITICA
Bien puede esto significar la
reorganizacin del entrenamien-
to del Ejrcito, pero el General
J. LavVlon Colima, uno de los Je-
fes del Estado Mayor, critic las.'
maniobras del Ejrcito nortame
rlcano en' Alemania Occidental
la semana pasada. Despus d
observar a las mejores unidades
de combate del Ejrcito en un
simulacro de combate cerca de
Grafenwohr. Collins pidi que
se concentrara ms en el uso
de la artillera y menos en el
potencial humano.
Las un i d a d e s estuvieron
practicando ataques frontales
y cargas de bayoneta, lo cual
hace subir la tata de bajas,
como han podido aprender los
chinos en Corea. En lugar de
esto, el General Collins re-
comend que las tropas se
desplegaran en terreno alto y
se concentraran en el podero
de sus caones.' Hiso nfasis
en que Amrica puede anal-
gastar su fuego de artillera,
pero no sus hombres.'Collins
tambin sugiri que la Fuer-
za Area cooperara mas con
las tropas de tierra durante
el entrenamiento, a fin de
mejorar el apoyo tctico a-
reo.
CONDENA EN MARYLAND
No fue cuestin de acciden-
te el que Jon Jonkel, del
Chicago Tribune, amigo y di-
rector de campaa en Mary-
land del Senador Republica-
no John Butler, se declarara
culpable de haber violado la
ley contra prcticas corrup-
tas y pafara su multa de
S.OOO en cuestin de 70 minu-
tos. La declaracin de culpa-
bilidad y el dinero para pa-
gar la multa haban sido a-
rreglados de antemano.
En realidad, Jonkel no es
ms culpable que varias otras
personas oue participaron en
la acalorada campaa -aontra
el Senador Millard Tydings. Sin
embargo, fue escogido como vc-
tima.
De lo que tenan miedo los
muchachos que prepararon la
campaa contra Tydings en
Maryland era de lo que Jon-
kel dira al ser Interrogado.
Se convertira en perjuro? O
dira la verdad? En el ulti-
mo caso, algunos otros hu-
bieran quedado complicados
tambin.
El problema fue discutido en
el Comit, de Campaa Sena-
torial del Partido Republicano
hace algn tiempo, y el Se-
nador Owen Brewster de Maine,
ex-presidente del Comit, dl au
consejo.
"Nuestro primer deber ea
proteger a nuestro Senador, y
asegurarnos que John Butler
conserve su escao. Claro,
que es doloroso que alguien
tenga que ser la victima en
esto, pero Jonkel es un pro-
fesional en relaciones pbli-
cas, y por lo tanto, esto ven-
dra a ser parte de su nego-
cio".
Algunos otros Republicanos,
sin embargo, no se encontra-
ban muy felices con esta estra-
tegia. Un Senador Republicano
dijo: "Truman siempre respal-
da a sus hombres, an cuando
estn errados. Nosotros debemos
hacer lo mismo si queremos fo-
mentar la lealtad en el par-
tido".
Nota: El nuevo Gobernador
Republicano de Maryland,
Theodoro Roosevelt McKeldln.
y tus dirigentes estatales no
estn muy tristes por la con-
dena de Jonkel. Desde haca
tiempo se muestran resenti-
dos por la Interferencia del
Chicago Tribune en la pol-
tica de Maryland, asi como
por las repetidas aseveracio-
nes de que Bazy Miller, so-
brina del Coronel McCormick,
y el Senador McCarthy fue-
ron los que realmente derro-
taron a Tydings. Jonkel fue
traido a Maryland desde Chi-
cago por este grupo.
EL VIUDO DEL CONGRESO
El recto "To Cari'' Vinson
de Georgia, de 67 aos de
edad y Jefe del Comit de las
Faenas Armadas de la C-
mara, est furioso por los ru-
mores de que esta pronto a
casarse con su secretaria, la
atractiva Charlotte Conn de
Milledgevillr, Georgia, los ru-
morea han sido tomados tan
en serio que la oficina de
Vinson fue preguntada por la
Prensa Asociada si ste se
haba fugado.
Vinson, quien es viudo, quizs
no se ha dado cuenta que fue
l mismo quien inici las ru-
mores al comenzar a vestirse
oon esmero y someterse a una
dieta de caf tinto en la ma-
ana, jugo de fruta le al-
muerzo y una ligera cena. Es-
to hizo que sus colegas del
Congreso, comenzaran, a hacerse
Ruios de ojo y a hablaf, sobre
un romance de oficina.
Cuando les' rumores licua-
ron a Vinson, ste explot.
Dito que todava no ha he-
cho el ridculo y que no tie-
ne Intenciones de comenzar a
hacerlo ahora.
NOTICIAS DE WASHINGTON
Gordon Gray, ex-Secretario
del Ejercito, y actual presi-
dente de la Universidad de
Carolina del Norte, est sien-
do acosado para que vuelva
al Gobierno... Lo mismo su-
cede con Barry Bingham, di-
rector del "Louisville Courier
Journal", quien ayudo a pre-
parar el Plan Marshall en
Europa... El Departamento
de Justicia no ae ha decidido
si caerle a Joe Rosenbaum,
quien tuvo parta en los es-
cndalos de l Corporacin
de Fin andamien lo y Recons-
truccin. Rosenbaum neg ha-
ber dicho que tenia a los di-
rectores de la CFK. Dunham
y Wlllett, "en el bolsillo", pe-
ro el Departamento de Jus-
ticia tiene evidencia compro-
metedora. .. La razn por la
cual el Gobierno francs en-
viar un representante a la
reunin de la 94a. Divisin en
Chicago esta semana, es que
esa divisin organiz a las
tropas librea y comunistas
francesas en la batalla de
Gran Bretaa y obligaron a .
pasar hambre a loa puertos
de Brest y St. Nazaire que
se encontraban en manos a-
lemanaa... Los cientficos
norteamericanos han perfec-
cionado un pequeo radio de
bolsillo, el eual podr ser de-
jado caer detrs de la cor-
tina de hierro. Bl nuevo ra-
dio puede ser fabricado a un
costo de cinco dlares y re-
volucionaria la sintonizacin
de La Vos de Amrica... El
primer negro en la historia
ha sido aceptado en la Aca-
demia Naval para hacer es-
tudios de post-graduado. Se
trata del Mayor Clarence Da-
venport de Detroit, quien es-
tudiar defensa radioactiva.
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El problema de los profesores sin grado
Par el Prafesor SANTIAGO COLORADO 11.
MI autoridad para intervenir en este Interesante cambio de
ideas consiste en mi propia experiencia. Fui profesor del Institu-
to Nacional durante dos aos, y uno de loa argumentos ms po-
derosos para suspenderme fu el hecho de carecer de titulo. Mis
alumnos pueden dar testimonio de mi labor y an los colegas
conocen mis ejecutorias. En la actualidad soy un agregado de la
Universidad Nacional y parece que una de las dificultades que
me van a impedir prestar servicios al pueblo panameo es el
hecho de que ios profesores sin ttulo estn ms seguros que
nunca en sus ctedras, y adems algunas plumas se han esgri-
mido en defensa de su causa. Aunque mi problema personal no
presenta las mismas caractersticas que el de mis colegas gradua-
dos, ya que soy un ciudadano colombiano y la Ley de Educacin
es muy clara en mi caso, esto no disminuye el valor de mis ar-
gumentos en favor de mis colegas graduados panameos.
Sobretodo pretendo contestar en estas columnas al profesor
Francisco Cornejo: Estamos de acuerdo en oue el problema es
ms de carcter educativo que legal; pero evidentemente las rai-
ces del problema estn en hechos legales, todo el problema lo
cre un decreto emergente. Asi que las soluciones se deben bus-
car dentro de normas legales para evitar la injusticia o lo que
nuestro pueblo sabiamente llama "la ley del embudo'. Se traen
razones jurdicas cuando conviene y luego se invocan principios
"humanitarios" en favor de aqullos FROS HECHOS LEGALES.
Discutir fenmenos humanos tan variables y difciles como
el fracaso o el xito de un profesional seria no acabar; porque
mientras estos fenmenos no presenten los casos suficientes para
establecer una lev universal ("del xito y del fracaso"), nuestros
conceptos y puntos de vista siempre sern fcilmente rebatibles.
Por ejemplo, la personalidad es un concepto tan difcil de deter-
minar con palabras que es imposible una definicin absoluta. En
las lineas del profesor Cornejo adivina con alguna exactitud lo
que l entiende por personalidad y no estamos de acuerdo; en
estos aspectos de la complicada psicologa humana no e puede
generalizar, profesor. Estamos de acuerdo en que las cualidades
que debe tener un educador no las da ninguna Universidad, pero
tampoco las da la rutina de la vida.
Siempre he sostenido que los ttulos no son suficientes para
ser un buen profesor, que son necesarias ciertas cualidades que
generalmente estn en el temperamento y carcter de la perso-
na. Que es vicioso atenerse tan slo al titulo para proveer una
ctedra, pero sostengo tambin que al examen de esas cualidades
se sometan Unto graduados como AUTODIDACTAS y que np se
gaste ms el argumento de la experiencia como si sU doUra
en forma radical a las personas de brillantes cualidades que an-
tes no posean. La experiencia slo nos provee de MANERAS
CONSUETUDINARIAS, de rutina, de un conocimiento bsico de
la conducta elemental de los humanos y nada mas. En nuestra
Universidad tenemos casos en que la EXPERIENCIA (rutina) no
ha agregado nada a algunos flamantes ttulos trados del Sur y
del Norte.
Que los educadores deben ser dinmicos?...'eso es bsico en
la Escuela' Moderna, entendiendo por dinamismo la capacidad de
crear, moralizar, cambiar, renovar con juicio y honradez Intelec-
tual. No se confunda el dinamismo con la audacia y la capaci-
dad para halagar a quienes nos pueden servir. Dinamismo es
pensar claro, aceptar responsabilidades, obrar con franqueza y
hombra. Un profesor dinmico escribe, moviliza las ideas, las
rebate, las discute, se enfrenta a las contingencias que le aca-
rreen sus puntos de vista. Profesor dinmico no es el que copia
libros o plagU cuentos. Son necesarias estas relaciones porque
entre nosotros es muv comn confundir los trminos, y la con-
ducta de los hombres. Y parece que el profesor Cornejo olvida
que es casi ley universal que los que triunfan son los AUDACES
y no los verdaderos valores que por lo,*eneral son modestos y
sencillos.
Entendemos en las lneas del articulista su empeo de discu-
tir el problema abstractamente, fuera de la realidad panamea,
y le advierto que es necesaria mucha AUDACIA no hacer esfuer-
sos para obtener un ttulo en un pas cuya Universidad tiene los
derechos de matrcula ms reducidos, que sostiene Cursos de Ve-
rano anualmente v extiende su accin acadmica hasta el Inte-
rior con el nico fin de impulsar a los "educadores dinmicos .
Los profesores panameos graduados que ahora reclaman
justicia en la distribucin de ctedras han dado a la Repblica
una leccin de dinamismo v responsabilidad profesional. Ha de
saber nuestro colega don Francisco Cornejo que la mayora de los
seores egresados de la Universidad en el campo de la Educa-
cin, llevan varios antis entntaados bien a la enseanza primaria,
bien a la secundaria. Ellos th un afn constante de superacin
han desafiado todos los obstculos para conseguir conocimientos
superiores obre las materias y problemas que confrontan diaria-
mente. Este hecho contundente lo conoce toda la ciudadana y
los mismos Jefes de la Educacin Nacional.
Lo anterior es una aclaracin formal debido a que los defen-
sores de los profesores sin ttulos les ha dado por llamar a los
egresados universitarios "mozalbetes sin experiencia", he oido en
mi vida afirmacin ms injusta: la gran mayora de los reden
graduados son madres y padres de familia, a quien no le consta
esta verdad??
Preguntamos: En caso de que se establezca una seleccin
rigurosa quin selecciona a quin?? No ser raro el caso en
que el seleccionado est muy por encima moral e intelectual-
mente, del seleccionador. Discutiremos sobre este punto de la se-
leccin de manera Impersonal y cientfica en prximo articulo.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
NIOS LES ENCANTA ..
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TROPIDURA 8
Consideraciones Sobre la Crisis
Por ERNESTO MNDEZ
n
Esta de ahora es una crisis crnica; ms que crnica, eong-
nita; de nacimiento. En algunas ocasiones, como en 191f-192
cuando el Estado dej de pagarle su sueldo a los maestros dusinte
seis meses; como en el ao de 1131-1932. caando el empleado do
la Administracin Pblica slo reciba el 50 por ciento de su sa-
larlo; como ahora cuando, despus de haber acumulado nna deu-
da interna de dies y seis millones de balboas, es Imposible conti-
nuar con e| sistema de vivir al crdito, en Ules ocasiones, clama-
mos al cielo y nos afanamos en buscar el ungento que sane nues-
tras heridas; y a veces el ungento llega en forma de una guerra
universal, y mejoramos de ellas.
Pero Ules heridas no podrn curarse definitivamente si no
ahondamos en el mal y extirpamos sus raice. Es atpico pen-
sar que hay medidas' salvadoras de fcil e inmediata aplicacin
que puedan llevarnos, de pronto, a la prosperidad. Hemos visto
cmo ninguna de las tres soluciones propuestas, de practicarse,
produciran ningn bien y podran producir mucho mal.
Por Ules razones en estos escritos trataremos de buscar el
origen del mal y si nos fuera posible hacer sugestiones acerca da
la manera de combatirlo.
Lo pequeo de nuestra poblacin, el bajo nivel de vida de un
gran sector de ella, su reducida capacidad adquisitiva y su falta,
casi toUI, de espectalizacin en las actividades productivas son
factores que dificultan, y a poco impiden, nuestro desarrollo eco-
nmico. Mas esa situacin que en s es nuestra tragedla se agra-
va y se agiganta por lo escaso de nuestras materias primas y la
falta de materias combustibles, como tambin por el alto valor
de nuestra moneda que eleva el costo de la produccin y de la
vida.
Estos hechos nos llevan a afirmar que. il no Uemos pobla-
cin que consuma lo que consumira si tuviera un ms alto nivel
de vida, si no tenemos una poblacin que produzca las cosas ms
elementales' para su subsistencia, si lo que producimos resulto
demasiado costoso comparado con lo forneo, el nacionalismo
chauvinista que pregonamos y que practicamos es simplemente
suicida y condena a la-'Kepblica a vivir durante una larga se-
rie de aos sujeU a la parlisis econmica de que ahora y siem-
pre ha sufrido.
Cierto es que las mentes selectas y serenas sienten la inquie-
tud que produce el contemplar las estrecheces de nuestro pueblo
y de nuestros Gobiernos, y el saber con certeza que nuestra libe-
racin de la miseria no comentar hasta cuando permitamos r.
ms que permitamos, estimulemos la inmigracin a este pas.
Pero aparentemente esto no podr conseguirse en un futuro cer-
cano, debido a dos represas que impiden el libre fluir de una ac-
cin dirigida en tal sentido. Una es de carcter fiscal, la otra
tiene sus raices en la poltica Internacional
De hacer memoria recordaremos que nuestra poltica de res-
tricciones a la Inmigracin brot de un concepto racial. Nuestros
hombres de Gobierno estimaron, all en los albores de la Rep-
blica, que no era conveniente a los intereses de la Nacin la libra
inmigracin de chinos, y se prohibi su entrada al pais. Lav
primera de nuestras leyes de restricciones a la Inmigracin se re-
irodujo en un nmero plural de otras leyes que versaran sobra
s misma materia, en las cuales se ampliaron los escrpulos ra-
ciales y s incluyeron a los negros, a los indios y a los hombres
de todos los pueblos de origen asitico.
Con motivo de la primera cuerea mundial v con fundamenta
c" i d,fensa drl Canal se aumentaron las medidas que restrin-
gan la Inmigracin y se estableci el pasaporte que antes no exis-
ta. La guerra de 1939 hizo ms severas Us condiciones exigidas
para Inmigrar a la Repblica. Entre una y otra de esas guerrea
alguno que otro inmigrante tuvo que ser repatriado a costa del
Erario, como consecuencia de ello, v al correr de una serle da
transformaciones surgi la ley actual que grava con un impues-
to de B.1M.00 por cabeza a todo inmigrante. La acumulacin da
esos R.150.M constituye el denominado "Fondo de Repatriacin",
cuyo haber se vacia en la caja comn del Estodo a final de cada
ano.
El fondo de que venimos hablando asciende al final de cada
ao a miles de balboas y ni los apremios del fisco ni la fruicin
que le produce a los Ministros de Relaciones Exteriores el decir
que su 'Ministerio aporta al Erarlo, cada ao, tan substancial su
ma de dinero, permiten que se modifiquen las actuales disposicin
nes sobre inmigracin, no importa que ellas resulten, como re*
sultan, onerosas al Inmigrante y dainas a leg intereses de la Re-
pblica. Esta es la represa fiscal a que antes aludimos.
De nada nos sirve saber por la historia que hay pueblos quo
se engrandecieron gracias a una poltica de inmigracin sabia y
amplia. Los Estados Unidos de Amrica no habran alcanzado
la supremaca del mundo si en ves de U poltica de inmigracin
que practicaron hasta hace relativamente poco, hubieran adop-
tado en todo tiempo la de nuestra pauprrima y despoblada Re-
pblica. Las pampaa argentinas estaran yermas si en aquel pala
se hubiera creado el famoso fondo de repatriacin. Las pesque-
ras de Chile, las industrias siderrgica y textil de Mxico serian
vana ilusin si a loa noruegos y espaoles que a uno y otro da
estos paises emigraron se les hubiera gravado con un impuesto
de 8.150.90 por cabeza.
La necesidad de proteger el Canal hace que el Gobierno da
los Estados Unidos, pida y obtenga del de Panam toda la coope-
racin til a dicho fin. Consideramos que tal cooperacin e ms
que necesaria, Ineludible. La seguridad del Canal lleva implcita
nuestra propia segurlrad. Desde fines de julio de 1914, chanda
se Inici la primera guerra mundial, los pueblos viven en nna con-
tinua inquietud y hondo temor porque lo artero desplat a la
hidalgua. Natural es, entonces, que los Gobiernos adopten me-
didas que eviten las sorpresas. Basada en estos conceptos da
ndole internacional nuestra politice de restricciones a la inmi-
gracin se, ha hecho impermeable.
El concepto de la seguridad del Canal v esa poltica de res-
tricciones nos han llevado a exageraciones absurdas. Ello se
comprender mejor cuando sepamos que el referido concepto da
la seguridad Impidi durante la revolucin en Espaa que los es-
paoles emigraron a esto pais. Les clavamos etiqueto de "tota-
litarios". Vencida aquella revolucin tampoco permitimos que los
espaoles entraran a la Repblica. Entonces los catalogamos
como "comunistas". Y ahora tampoco les permitimos entrar
porque son europeos. Tan esto es as que hace poces meses un
alto funcionarlo del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores nos ma-
nifest que, conforme a las estipulaciones de un tratado interna-
cional, multilateral, secreto, a ningn europeo se le poda otor-
gar permiso para que visitara este pais si antes no era prolija-
mente "investigado", nudosamente pensamos que el mencio-
nado funcionarlo, no obstante su alta jerarqua, al hacer las ante-
riores manifestaciones, antes quiso sorprender nuestra ignoran-
cia que dar muestras de la suya, ya que es casi* Imposible creer
que la referida afirmacin sea exacta. Pero de todas maneras
esas manifestaciones nos revelan hasta qu punto hemos cerrado
las puertas de la Repblica.
En vista de lo expuesto y considerando que nuestra poltica
de Inmigracin v el sistema erigido a su alrededor le hace dao a
la Repblica, afirmamos que U primera medida a tomar en el
camino de nuestra estructuracin y desarrollo vital es la de re-
visar las leyes que regulan la materia a fin de que sea posible en*
se Inicie hacia el pais una inmigracin salvadora.
GERE6EN
/til an la debilidad general,
agotamiento, quo traes daprasia
nervio, Falta da fuente aot
neurastenia y aera los convele-
cientos de enfermedades age-
testes. Proporcione minerales
indispensables as'a al arfa
niimo y estimula eficazmenle 4
apetito. Ayude e recuperar al
vigor y les fuerces en forma fid
y rpidamente.
Consulte a su medica.
Es econmico y eficaz!
Pk* en botica* y farmacias.


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PAGINA
Nueva tcnica area para bombardeos
ser usada muy pronto por Inglaterra
Con los nuevos aviones las
bombas sern lanzadas desde
12.121 metros de altura
Per E. Colston Shepherd
(NANA)
LONDRES, junio 13. (EPS).
SI primero de cuatro bombar-
eroi de propulsin a chorro,
de que dispondr la Real Fuer-
za Aerea britnica, ha empeza-
do sus vuelos de prueba. La
primera unidad ha de estar
equipada con bombarderos ti-
po "Canberra", provistos de mo-
tores gemelos de reaccin.
Estos dos hechos presagian
una nueva fase en el desarrollo
de la tcnica de bombardeo de
los britnicos. La misma toma-
r en consideracin la* carac-
tersticas avanzadas de los, mo- gen tambin a una serle de dl-
de'rnos bombarderos de la Gran
Bretaa y debe producir una
tuerza de bombarderos tan ni-
ca en su gnero en algunos res-
pectos como lo fue el comando
de bombarderos de la Real
Fuerza Area durante la se-
gunda guerra mundial.
Dos caractersticas destaca-
das del nuevo tipo de avin,
reveladas por el reciente vue-
lo del "Canberra" a travs del
Atlntico, son la velocidad y la
altura a que puede volar el
avin. Si bien fas mismas son
medios de burlar las defensas
enemigas y de operar sin escol-
ta de aviones de caza, dan orl-
flcultades a las que hay que
enfrentarse y vencer. Juntas,
exigen cambios revolucionarlos
en los mtodos de bombardeo.
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Mientras que en la ltima gue-
rra se arrojaron pocas bombas
desde alturas mayores a los seis
mil sesenta metros y medio, o
aqullas fueron soltadas a ve-
locidades mayores de cuatro-
cientos kilmetros por hora,
iuede que las dotaciones actua-
es tengan que bombardear
desde alturas mayores a loa do-
ce mil ciento veintin metros,
mientras vuelan, quiz a unos
ochocientos kilmetros por ho-
ra.
A esa altura y velocidad ha-
bra que arrojar las bombas
mientras el avin estuviera a
ms de doce kilmetros y pico
en su objetivo.
La mayora de los das del
ao en Europa, esto es Imposi-
ble si se emplean los medios
visuales ordinarios. Alguna for-
ma de Identificar electrnica-
mente el objetivo tiene que
permitirle al bombardero el lle-
var a cabo su misin a ciegas.
Hasta ahora, slo los aviones
de caza han funcionado a al-
turas mayores a los doce mil
ciento veintin mil metros y
a altas velocidades ni siquie-
ra ha habido Informe sobre
bombardeos experimentales a
grandes alturas, llevados a ca-
bo por aviones de caza, pro-
bablemente porque los mismos
no podan alcanzar la altura tanda la organizacin da lu-
mxima mientras llevaban bom-
bas de uno u otro tamao.
Una tarea completamente
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bombardeo de la Real Fuerza
Area, y es de suma impor-
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El aspecto de energa en la nutricin
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Tollo acto en cada monento
oV la vle> significa un gasto de
energa, y sea que ese act) sea
voluntarlo como: caminar, sen-
tir*, pararse, o Involuntario
cumo respirar, 1 trabajo tie la
u.culacln, to- todo elo re-
quiere el gasto de energa, pues
to que envuelve un trabajo
muscular o un trabajo Interno.
ti campo como toda malino
necesita de un combatible. 0,ue
es el alimento, como fuente de
energa para mantener el calor
y para el trabajo. Por esto hay
Vpa relacin directa entro lo
cantidad do trabajo prod uido,
l caler del cuerpo y el total de
jjlmepto ingerido.
Un hombre no puede nace.r
ms trabajo sino se le provee
el alimento necesario a menos
que ej organismo haga uso de
la- reserva* que se han almr.ee-
|>ado en US tejidos: lo cual es
contra la salud del Indivliuo-
J*or )o tanto el promedio de
consumo de la persona debe ser
ig'il o mayor- al promedio de
asto de energas diaria*.
El mundo de las plantas ofre-
ce al hombre fuentes potencia-
les' de energa, por que las plan-
tas son extremadamente efi-
cientes en transformar el calor
y !u luz del sol, sintetizando con
su clorofila, sustancias ajuiml-
C0> que se almacenan y qu el
organismo animal las que ni a
raa dar el calor y producir el
trabajo.
La produccin do energa va
acompaada de la produccin
tic calor por la cual este calor
puede servir pora medida del
gasto de energa. La medida u-
4Ada para medir el ealor es la
Calora. La definicin de caioria
es: la cantidad de calor nee-
.aria para levar un kilogramo
de agua un grado centgrado.
En alquiler de locales para
la Escuela de Monagrillo se
pagan B. 1.728 anualmente
Una comisin formada por loa
seores Daniel A. Delgado, Jos
Manuel Cedeo, Virgilio Saa/e-
Ora Sucre, Juan de Dios Deigr.-
oo o Isabel Mara Cedeo, vkU
taren ayer al Excelentsimo s-
flor Presidente de la Repblica
eon objeto Ar solicitarle la cons
iruccipn de una escuela en Mj-
pagrillo.
Segn nog informaron, t\ Pro-
dente se manifest muy de a-
euerdo con la solicitud de los
.comisionados y prometi hacer
todo jo que estuviera a su al-
cance para convertir en real-
dad afta solicitud.
Tambin visitaron al Ingenie-
ro Rioardo J Bermdez, a quien
entregaron un memorial en-4
que se sostiene la urgente n*i*-
iidad de construir esta escuela.
lint re otras cosas los memoria-
listas sostienen que en la acta-
las llagas
se cicatrizan
es aplicifUn |rHiC alivio
r.n el Iniant tut aplica al
Koitn. a una ilaaa r*.
lid*.'a* c-omlcnxa a notar -I alivio
qua tu gran poder curativo ocasiona.
Koine pronto seca las aupuraclo-
* excesivas de laa ctlulaa afecta-
as, quita (| ole -. y au ac< loa al-
Mata t medicinal cgntinna alai
Mr huta que la lian POR AK-
0/IOUA QUE SEA ae cloairlee com-
latamente. Obtengas* a la, Jar-
|SaV
lidad hay ai maestros en Moi.u-
grillo quienes dictan clases c?.
.-usas d alquiler quo no ;euncr.
as condiciones necesarias para
locales esoolares. Agregan *iw
hay alquiladas veinte aulas, por
as cuales el gobierno paga a-
.lualmente la suma de B. i.""8
anuales.
Sostienen que con esta sun.a
es muy posible que sirva para
amortizar un emprstito para la
construccin de un edificio de
25 aulas con sus anegas coi res-
pondientes.
Loo comisionados se medita-
ron tunamente complacida por
.'a manera como fueron recihi-
ooa por el Presidente y el Mi-
nistro da Iducaoln.
GACETILLAS
Universitarias

r
Congreso Provincial de Alcaldes
se inaugura mna. en Chorrera
Alumnos de Divisa
(ritan de evitar
una destitucin
Informes recogidos aqu| to^o
parece indicar que los Alumno*
ael primer ao, los del segundo
y los del tercer ao del I, N. A.
estn dispuestos a luchas, ha
ta dnde sea posible para evitar
la destitucin del actual Regen
te de ste plantel seor Hiiae-
biando A. Luna R.
Se .ha tenido conocimiento do
quo ie tre-ta do la destitucin
ae este sepr para nomqrai o
un seor Pinzn de Oc y lo
Estudiantes Agropecuario a.er
ta siempre a estos movlm.iei.too
por ningn motivo aceptan un
iegente que no seal el seor
Luna K- quien viene lucha;.'lo
con eficiencia y esmero per cstf
sentro educativo nico en su
clase en nuestro pas, exporUt
mos a los estudiantes del I.K A,
4 tue sigan luchando por prlii
cipios que redundan en su be.
ueflolo, .
La Universidad ha iniciado
por segundo ao consecutivo
loa cursos que dieta- paro, los
maestros y profesores en ser-
vicio que desean mejorar au
condicin cultural. Esto ano se
esta, dletando un curso do Qr
rientacln Musical y otro so-
bre la Historia de Panam. Pr-
ximamente, segn nos dijo 1
secretarlo de la Universidad,
comenzar el curso de Psicolo-
ga de la Adolescencia.
Como es conocido estos cur
sos fueron instituidos e) ao
pasado en la ciudad de Agua-
dulce y so dictan todos les s
bados. Actualmente cursan es-.
tudlos un total de 75 estudian*
leo.
En un ambiente caldeado se
efectuarn esta tarde laa elec-
ciones de los estudiantes a loa
diferentes organismos directivos
de la Universidad. Desde el lu-
nes pasado se ha notado en
nuestro mayor centro de estu-
dios un movimiento tendiente a
buscar el mejorameinto de la
Universidad colocando en los
puestos a los estudiantes que
lucharn con verdadero patrio-
tismo- por elevar los intereses
da esto casa de estudios/En to-
das la facultades los diferentes
aos han organizado sus n-
minas y podemos afirmar con
gqgurUUd quo este ao las elec-
ciones universitarias sern muy
reidas. Los estudiantes de la
Escuela do Medicina, que estn
luchando por mejorar laa con-
diciones como actualmente fun-t
ciona esta escuela, se han uni-
do 1 grppo "Protn" con el fin
Asistirn los Ministros
de Gobierno, Obras Pblicas,
y Trabajo y Previsin Social
COMUNICADO A LA PRENSA
El Congreso de Alcaldes de in
l'rov. de Panam que ha sido
convocado nor el Gobernador
Homero Velasquea, se Inaugura-
r maana a las 9 am, en el
Distrito de la Chorrera-
Han sido invitados especial-
mente los Ministros doctor Mi-
guel A. Ordez, Ing. NorbetU
Navarro y el Ing. Juan de Area
Cialindo, de Gobierno y Justla.
Obras Pblicas y Previsin So.
cial respectivamente.
La presencia de dichos Minis-
tros en el seno del Congreso es
necesaria ya que se tratarn a*
suntos de su competencia. E
tata mportantisima reunin
los jefes de los Distritos de la
Provincia se discutirn la w6fi
apremiantes necesidades de ltif
distritos con mira a encontras-
te la solucin adecuada.
El Gobernador de la provin-
cia llevar a la Asamblea i.e
Alcaldes instrueciones preciu.8
del Presidente de la Repblica
v dul Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia en el sentido de que .os
Alcaldes tomen dentro de sus
respectivos distritos las medidas
necesarias paro uirnsp electoral sea absoluta-
mente puro.
Despus del congreso las au-
toridades municipales de la
Chorrera ofrecern un bulfet o
los funcionarlos visitantes
Vecinos del Valle de Antn
piden la construccin de un
Puente sobre Ro El Guayabo
Se nos ha enviado el siguiente
memorial para su publicacin:
Panam, Junio 11 de 1951
peedentisimo Seor Presidente
.c la Repboa
Don AJoibades Arosemen
Panam, R. P.
Seor Presidente:
Con todo nuestro respeto ve-
nimos, a solicitar a su Excelen-
cia en la esperanza que en ata
de conseguir dos puestos en la
Junta de Facoltad y en la. Jun-
ta Administrativa.
La Esouolo de Medicina ne-
cesita ahora mismo de la in-
tervencin patritica de todos
los estudiantes universitarios y
datarla de todos loa adelantos
modernos. Es necesario que loa
muchachos de la Escuela de
Medicina logren puestos esen-
ciales en los organismos univer-
sitarios.
ocasin se har Justicia a ui.o
hijos del pueblo que por tlenipu
indefinido hemos estado Jmpot
lando que so nos haga un po>
queo puente sobre el rio Gua-
yabo, an el Valle de Antn.
Intereses de polticos de e -t
regln han hecho frustrar todos
ios esfuerzos para que esta ub:s
se realice- '
Es natural, los que pedimos
slo tenemos como atributo
nuestra devocin al trabajo y
ios deseos de poder ganar el
pan para nuestros hijos.
al, no es de extraa, u le
1 ahora haya tenido mis
tuersa i sin raal) y hayan
perjudicado los mas en benefi-
cio de los menos.
Excelentsimo se ft or Pra-l-
jen te. por este lado del Vahe
salen todos loa productos agr-
colas que surten los mercados
ae la capital y veces de veces
icrdemos nuestro trabajo y a>cs
tos hijos el pan en el UL.io
Muy comentado el
discurso de don
Mario L. Romero
DAVID, Junio 14 (Correspcm
sal) La prensa local comen-
ta favorablemente el dlscuiso
?.renunciada en osa capital po
Mario Romero durante la reu-
nin de la asociacin de
mayoristai y destaca los concep
tos emitidos respecto a la obli-
gacin del estado de Inspirar
uunflanaa absoluta a la empre-
sa privada, factor Importante
para el desarrollo de nuestra e-
conomia.
Las opiniones del destacado
chirieano eebran actualidad, al
recqrdar que a excepcin de Uu-
uiernos muy escasos, no se ta
logrado que las Instituciones a!
.otado encargadas de gulai, se
aparten de poltica partlJa-
usta,
Ls actividades Industriales y
omerciales el pas, apmas
han esbozado planes de coupe-
racin que en la prctica se nan
frustrado ante las ambicione* e
intereses oreados, constltuytn-
dos en los ms peligrosos com-
petidores del comercia y d la
industria panamea.
Y/!V CUANDO El $01 QUEMA
* **nmt
Le Invitamos a
Conducir el Automvil
Ms Moderno del Mundo
DE 1951
Conduzca usted e*t etpacioto autom-
vil, capa* de rendir mi a 11 kaae por
litro de guoluu velacidadea proue-
diaa. carretera abierta. Igual aja* I
Ambauador, tambin Ta proriato aa
Propulsion Hjdra-Matir, Aaientoe Re-
dinaMee Tipo Avin, j Cama* Gcmelaa.
EL (hmdW DE 1951
I 'i de lo* mejora*, automvil** drl
mundo, Recienlememe uu ISaab. Ain-
liauatlur realiz 132," kraa por hora
en un recorrido de 1139 ama, en ca-
rrera* de emulacin de carcter oficial.
( oninirelo y condiiicaln. Ka *l que
mi* l* muvicue, d* todo* loa tino*
utomYle.
Vite* y ooBaWa I Nash Airflyte
de 1951. Vea como U Contrur-in
Airflyte I* ofrece a uated ahora mayor
seguridad y economa, y ra eapacio
interior. Vea uated por qu, deapua
de U guarr* sundial, la* venta* de
lo* autemvik* Nf b aubieron auna
cifra 5 vaoa* mayor que I promedio
oficial de toda laiiuluilria. AnafOraae
dt que el imoui il nuevo que uated
compre lo deje doblemente latiaferbo.
A met aje dteidiru. Aoja mitd un ra/e
de untia mt un Airflytelo* mtito-
mmil ms inWernet e'er mundo.
1. 951
Jf4A
W AMbA'.'A'-. I S.V.AN
fl RAMBUC
.. U.S.A.
WU K ICIMS m W ATOMf.lL rtlfl HASH AUflTTi^llS AITOIMVIES MAS IIStEIWS Kl K.NN
CA. cyrnos, s. a.
(AGENCIAS NASH)
Ttl. 2.17I0-. Cruoo Tvoll
VENZA
CALOR
j
Con
EXSANA
Po/vp Colmante Rehexant* y Desodoran,
INDICACIONIS:
e s.ipuii,*.
O ImlKWi, la :!
Sve?* %***aiv
* Mil .I.- *l <.rM
' >
MEXSANi
NIY8 MEDICINA!
Calmante
tUfrocto
0S0iait0
ntateaNMi* active*
..fcck.-.""
refrese'T* '
SANA'la en ' "wnd-
ALO,
HUEVO!
U CB*tA BAUAMICA HIXSA|(A
pr*4ueto mperlor arm el *fnBllc.BiWU 4*
I* i. uinafaiu M mI. nl*e^nu. *U.
8ui wo* M* aeltipla*. > iae *r**>* fv*rit e*
lo* ihen. mujwa* f alio.
Eiralaet* ea*M put* U uurina j toma ....... S*
tafee.
Vida 1* CREMA BALSATlCa MBISANA
coman al rolvo MEXSANA.
VW*"*.
minuto, debido a que en lo po-
ca (le las lluvias la mayora de
tea veces los camiones en quo c
.lamo nuestro productos r.o
pueden, pasar a recogerlos p.'.i
impedirlo las crecientes del rio
y nuestras corsos se pierden.
Ya que su gobierno est )?<-
do en una renovador total, d'-
igirnos a usted esta sptlca.
.onvencidos que se nos tura
justicia en esta ocasin.
Cen toda nuestra considera-
cin y respeto.
Juan y Virfini Walker, Mau-
tirio Kodrtruei, Vicente Kern.in-
lc-/, Ahrahum Alt, Demetrio Ho-
jas. Frclerire Larense, Maleo
Coronado, Manuel Rodrigues,
Juan Snches.
(continan las firmas)
L Z M i 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 U
1- w *>' M
r 17
19 P 20 33
P ! 26 V 28
55" S
32 S8 36 37 I*
Bo 41 42 43
14 r
46 ti?" i ;
N fe \ 48
HOWWNTAJJ:
iBjiato.
3Recipientes pora lquidos.
9Oxido do calcio, inv.
12Terminacin de aumenta-
tivo.
13Jornada.
14Propietaria.
IllcJuusWUCiu astringente, Pl.
17De poca importnela, Pl.
19Descendiente de Agar.
20Quisiera con amor.
21Letra castellana, Pl.
22Composicin potica.
23Instituto Militar. Inle.
24Fruta tropleal.
26Fiia la vista en algo.
28Adverbio de lugar.
29Meloda, ep ingls.
30Del veroo arar.
31Famoso confesor.
32Quiere con amor.
33Extremidades de los aves.
34Tisana, en Cuba.
36Marcha.
86 Repeticin de sonido.
37Preposicin.
31Nacido en Irn.
40Acecha.
44Pruebes un vino.
45Cuerpo legislativos.
46Composicin potica.
47Clase de perro.
49Del verbo orar-
50Cdigo internacional de
peticin de auxilio.
51Legislador de Atenas.
52Bebida alcohlica.
VHITICALM:
1Carta de la baraja espaola
2Animal domstleo, Inv.
3Labradora, en Per.
4Comas por la noche.
&-nNombTe de varios empera-
dores alemanes.
6Del verbo pasar.
7Asociaoion Patritica.
8'Con exceso de sal.
9Materia que despiden loo
volcanes.
10SI Hemisferio, Opoldental.
11Fortificacin.
16Nombre de mujer.
18Escuela Municipal Argenti-
na, In le.
22Palo de la baraja espaol
24Relativo al atavismo, pl.
25Que se le ha puesto
pmeros.
2(Contrario de bueno.
27Clera, enfado.
88Disminuir.
31Del verbo atizar.
33Hostigas, acorralas,
seLetra oastoiana.
37Nombre de varn.
39Amarras.
40Canoa mexicana.
41Vanidoso, hueco.
4?Extrao.
rDel verbo asar.
Articulo.
SOLUCIN Dt ATta)
lauuray i'iHM i'i.
L1M0 MlOHriM nnM
nunca nrin nrmiv
nrnnrn nnnns
nnfininrn nramcrir
HHPinn r.iniara .
na ti nrafann nnn
fan iinrani rararnme
HMfifj'inni nniBiinf>
rrarJiri.tniEi Tnr=iRir.
**
LASEIBERLING
ES U NICA LLANTA DE CAMIN EN EL MUNDO
con mH#af-Vents'
i/Laigo kilometraje
/Costo ms bajo por kilmetro
Venga pronto y pdanos que le mostremos
los famosos Heat-Venu" que hacen que
esta Llaqta de Camin de Seiberling
corra ms fresca; que dure mis.
No hay otr*\ ll*nt* dt camin en el
mundo con este rasgo exclusivo! Ninguna
otra llanta puede compararse con la
Seiberling en bajo costo por kilmetro!
,.
JUj^jjjaW


JTEVE8. JUNIO 14, 1H1
KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
**!*?
PAGINA CINCO
a
Informe* iara esf i f*eeitta M rexsiben en la
Keaaccin Jjtocial
TW*aMV*
de EL PANAMA.AMEH1CA
HORAS: 8:00 a 10:80 *,
Apartad* ll
Bofa Marrarte LopreUo4,tiwlwnQ VoMt
En U Sam i.ieiia 4 U Merced contrajeron matrimonia"
1m 6.30 dt | manan la gentil mmH 8U AWrk qian*!"
Valds, hija del seor Ricarda Gaudiano j tnora Conchita V.
* Gandan, ean el cbllero Pedro Mejrope, hijo el **
r.neweo Marrana y sonar FllenieO de Marrn*. L boda Ib*
apadrinada par el seor Rafael Corrillo y sonar Mara .da
Carrillo, el seor Francisco tUvootre y nor Rita de Sllueetre,
I sear Ra| Zappi y seara Dor* V. de fcPPl,.e| seor Abalar -
4a Herrera y sear Carmen da Herrera, el sear Alfreda Jan
M- y seora Arpinta de Jfa. e| leer Rafael Moris y seora Eli-
sa R. de Morals, *i seor Vicente Gonzlez y seara Clara l. de
Gomales, el sear Enterqia Marran*, la seora Beatris Duoreuz,
al seo Jerga Leckber v sanara Ruth de Leckber.
I.a novia fu precedida por su dama de honor, seorita M-
Iyy Almlllieiui, acompaada por el caballero Ricarda Gaudiano
r. ta seorita Els Guardia fu acompaada par al caballero
Anal andar. ....
Regaron florea al paso de la noria, Us precioaas niaitas Au-
rora luso v.llarino y Mara de Jess Merengo, ruaron ua co-
laras, las ninas Aidite Rivera y Patay MacKay. Portaron los
anilla* y las arras, los nioa Benita Ararse y Carla* MacKay.
Despus de la ceremonia religiesa, las padres d* la novia
ofreeleron upa recepcin en su residencia. Deseamos a la gOOtll
pareja una terna luna de miel.
Recepcin ap la Embajada
de loa El. Vi.
En honor de f. E. el Ministro
de Relaciones interiores, Uc
Ifnaolo J Molino v seora Jo-
ya de Mello, el Encargado df
U. Wise y seora Edith de Wise
ofrecen hay una recepcin en
au residencia en 1 Cresta.
Agasajada de Despedida
Para despedir a la seara
Ada de Jimnez, esposa del
Cnsul General de Casto- Rita
Para que su nio est contonto.
Consrvelo cmodo, libre de irritacioaei y
salpullida, espolvorendola Talco Jokasoa. Rt
especial para u delicada piel. Puro, suave y
refrescante, el Tajeo Johnson es tambin in-
superable para adultos. Provase hoy de una
lstits.
TUCO
feiwew
AMNIiOS
una
TAICO
$OrWrt
I*steJerpora al > ...l atajarpmim usf
y secretarlo, de la Embajgd
|r. Gerardo Jimenez, con mo-
tivo de su prximo viaje, un
grupo de sus amlg* i *iwa-
faron hoy con un almuerzo en
e) Hotel El Panam.
manedid de Saltera
^r agasajpr a la ertprlta
Arm Lucrecia Arias con moti-
vo do eu prximo matrimonio,
la seora Ins Maria A. de de
la Guardl ofreee hoy un t en
su residencia en Campo Ale-
fre. ^
Cambia de RWacU
i aeftor Luis Alejandro Posse
y seftora Rrunhllde Martina, de
Posse pan fijado su resuene, a
en la Calle 41 No. 31 en Bolla
Vista, en donde se ponen A la
rdenes de us amistado.
mente en la ciudad de lQ
Angelei. California, seora Mar-
-grlta Carbone de Alvarado
iqdDg) miembro de distin-
guid familia panamea y Pa-
tona muy apreciada en nues-
tros oireulo* aooWea. Enviamos
nuestro sentido pgame 4 U*
hlTos, sonora Margarita Alva-
rado carbone. seor Rogelio Al-
varado, seor Jullp Alvarado; *
sus hermano?, seor Juan An.
tonlo Carbone y seora Ana
Elena V- da H. de Carbono, se.
fter Julio Piedra y seora Car
tallna CO"'bone de Piedra- a sui
qhrlnes. nr- Carlos M- Aranie
C. seor Ramn Arango. seor
Marcel Thoma y 8ra. Rasa Ma-
tilde A do Thama, seorita
Quetl AraniO Corbone, sefior
Julia Piedra J-, teir Trans
Reynolds y Ara Catta O. d*
Reynolds, seor Robert Kitten-
hofen y Era. Maruja q. de Kit-
tenhofen, r 9uy ,Llonel T
Srg. GiovanftC- de Lionel, se-
or Ernesto de la Guardia ni
y sra. Gloria o. da de la Guar-
dia, I)r. Juan Arosemena y Sra
Mayl C. de Arosemena, seor
jess novo y Ira. Yolanda C.
de Dovo, Srta. Apr Carbone y
el seor Juan -Antonio Carbo-
ne Jr. ______
Para Europa
Despedimos cprdialmente al
Lie. Jorge Illueca, quien grat
hoy para Europa en donde pa-
sar una temporada.
Muy felia viaje le deseamos al
seor Walter Luchsinger y si-
tar Mara Isabel Calvo de
tuehalnger, guiones siguen hoy
M*a los Retados Unidos y Eu-
ropa.' _^_ |__
Paro Casta Riee
Despus de habar paaado un
corta temporada entre nosotros,
regres hoy a Ean J el seor
Cario Eduardo Oonsls. Le
despedimos.
D* tos Estadas Unidos
Grata, estada 1 deseamos al
joven estudiante Robert Rowley
Pardo, quien neg hoy a Pa-
nam '.on el fin de pasar la
temporada de vacaciones visi-
tando a sus familiares.
Saludamos al seor Didimo
Mndez, quien regres d* Nue-
va York en donde se encontra-
ba en viaje de negocios.
Advenimiento
Hasta Hawai, Honolulu, ha-
cemos llegar nuestras felicita-
ciones al Instructor de Tropa,
Ernesto James Russell y seora
Marian Isabel Robles de Rut-
sel, por o! fell grrlbo de u
primognito.
Safarme
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a a. E. el Embajador del
Ecuador, seor Sixto Duran B-
un, quien sufre quebrantos d
clu den el Hospital Panam.
Restablecios""
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seor* A. de Abada
guien abandon hoy 1 Clinic
fan Remando.
Para ser cada da ms bonita.,,
confe en
L LIMPIE u cutis. Si iu
piel a rutea, limpela coa la
penetrante Crema Limpia,
dora para Cut Jaco, Si
SU cqtia a normtl. use Salo.
Cold C**am. Y a'es fruo*.
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dera para Culi.
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f. ESTIMULE apW.Lm
cutis rawa nonti obran
una encantadora apanWi si
seitiaulan os* LmUd flor
da Aaakar, 4* Doretliy Gsay.
apKeads ca lirtraa [wlnadi.
t. Para cutis ararpas .
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cana una Isa cremas Dorothy
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Jas de alea.
*>ro qva *v cutii sao aadq dio mat
vmnlvor .. confa an tos aranfNraa
P^OaVera Oarafhy Qmy, creado pe-
co/iaanfa aor. u iao df aurt,.. Cuida
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rondaa^lfaWa, I.,., /sa^.fe.dfc.f
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ti utii **** a araai ad-
quiere una juva.il tener asa
U Mistara. Espacial, o
iitra lo Upaos- El cutis sra-
*> neaatita la Crcasa
pera las Tejidas.
De Vala a:
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a.A.
i. u Maotao jr., a ara. arpua Ok MaVAOOO
ADiorro-- m (M*a OavM. Wtn. a CkWaal
c? S*"*' :U Corea, de Hierro'
-dela el eor Juan Ame-
.o. Nos alegramos.
Completamente restablecido se
ncuentra la nia Antonlea
41faro Ngvarro, quien durante
arlos das guard cama en su
residencia.
Cumpleaftea de Hoy
Sra. Lu Graciela Ch. de Gar-
ca de Paroles,
ara. Caroling Ch. de Navarro.
Srta, Ana Cecilia Jimnez
Quplguejeu.
8r. Olmedo Alfaro P.
Harmodle Montecor Jr.
Aurlta Isabel ArJona.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Ira. Amolla G. de Navey.
Sra. Ins Maria A. de de 1a
Guardia.
Srg. Constante de Caldern.
Erg. Ceellla de R. da Arse-
mena
Sra. N:.rclsa M. de Linares.
Sr. Rogellp Halphen Alzpura.
Nia Julieta Isabel Pbrega
Arlas.
Seora Rosina de lpehes
dedicada al Ministro
de Italia en Panam
Lg eghiblclones de la pre-
miada superproduccin itahsna
"La Corona ae Eierro" (Primgr
Premio Festival Internacional
de Venecia, 1950), que comienza
Ren venida
Precedente da Estados Unidos,
donde est cursando estudias en
la Universidad de Connecticut
llegar el Joven Roger Maurdo,
hijo del sefior Flix R. Maduro
y Sra., y a quien no compla-
cemos en darle nuestro salu-
do de bienvenida.
RELIOIOBAI
ApostoUde de I* Oracin
Iglesia de San Francisco.
Maana se efectuar la reu-
nin extraordinaria de |as Ce-
ladoras del Apostolado de la
Oracin r. la* a p.m. en. el Sa-
ln parrogulal.
e trata de preparar la so-
lemne Novena del 8. Coraron de
Jess y dar las ltimos deta-
lles para la magna Procesin
que tendr lugar el da le. de
julio.
a presentarse hoy en el Teatrc
Lux, han sido dedicadas muj
galantemente pof la empresa di
este teatro, al nuevo Embalado.
de Italia on Panam. S.E. Dr.
Antonio Rouot de Andr.
"La Corona de Hierro", tim-
bre de orgullo (le lp industria
filmlea italiana, ha sido cata-
logada eomo la mejor pelcu-
la producida en Europa en lo.c
ltimo cinco aos, Su realiza-
cin corri a cargo de Aleisan-
dro Rlasettl, Inolvidable pro-
ductor do -Fablola".
"La Coroua de Hierro" es un
apasionado drama espectacular
lleno de Imaginacin, lujo, le-
yenda y romance.
Vlita del Mar
Calle SB No. I
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de la noche
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PAGINAS DE AMOR
Una novela completa cada semana y
en cada novela una nueva emocin.
con
ANOIAND DIAZ y LUCHO TAPIA
Patrocina la Compaa de Seguro de Vida
El guila Imperial
Produccin y direccin de EMILIO DIAZ
En los 1090 Klcs.
de la Red Panamericana
REMITIDO
Panam, 14 de junio de 1951.
Fieelenllalmo Beor Don
Alclbiades Arosemena.
Presidente de la Repblica,
Presenta.
Excelentsimo Beftor:
Nosotros, los abajo firmantes, mayores de edad y parte Inte*-
grante del pueblo panameo, acudimos a usted eon toda eonslde*
i acin, a fin de solicitarle que interponga sus buenos oficios paro
la feliz vuelta a la paz y tranquilidad, tan necesarias en estos mo
mentos, concediendo generosa amnista a los detenidos que so en*
cuentran en la Crcel con motivo de los ltimos sucesos politices
del 10 de mayo .
No dudamos oue usted le dignar acoger y resolver favorable-
mente nuestra peticin, teniendo presente la concordia oue deqg
reinar en nuestro pals, para lograr los nobles propsitos de pro*
Sreso y reconstruccin nacional en que todos estamos empea
os, manifestndole nuestra gratitud por la acogida que le prestyt
a la presenta
Somos del seftor Presidenta, muy respetuosamente,
Andrea A-nirre, Ced. Me. 11-13311; Cello A. vda. de Fern-
des, 2I-11M1; P. Romero, 11-4413; Magdalena R. de Barnrlt*
Santos Miranda, 4T-SS432; Candelaria Vlgnattl. tl-1545, Petr
Guerrero, :I-1I7M; Avelina Dominsuet, 2I-M5; Fran^-.'. del t,
Dominrua, 47-4trl; Maria S. Martnez; CrUtt'-- to. 3-21U
Mario MurlUo; Leticia P. do Sochw. *f-,T ; Cladys M. Davis;
tiracieu, Mnboreck; Vicente O*"'-"; i.v.a U.plna; Mara Na-
riega; Berta Alvarado; Ofr'
Un*; '
Ian tin
fael Ci
Guadalupe Jar*s; HQren.'a Cr-^ta, 10-150; Josefa Martinet.
M-lSOTt; Simen Berrle M S-" 49; Lilia Fernndez. 47-540: Gil,
a de oatiles: Pnr.'r'.n nndes H.. 47-3g5; Octavie M. Pa-
yares, 47-2632; lu t ss, 47-30441; Adelina Morales, 10-447:
Micaela Berrie, t0lC4S; Jaaoain de los Ros, 47-11200; Teodoro
Julio, (2934; Orejarla Jaramlllo; Felicidad Castillo; Eugenia Pin-
ten. 28-14928; Autusla Das; Ina Solina vda. de Rodrisaez; a-
fia Padillat G. Uarba, OMOl Felipo Aimansa; felina Gansilea.
47-23801; Vicenta Rivera; Julia vda. d* Vaga; Ricardo Saaley
Serrano, 4ti-47I7; Cristina Serrano. 24-7995: Ana de Quintera; J.
Carnario q.; R. Bausa, 47-7144; F. Deminsuez. 47-4973; Aura M.
Arenas, 00-3803; Toms Vsaues. 5-3430; Toribio Vsquez. 47-11740;
Aminta Cuevas. 21-4482; Aurelia P. de Corts, 00-30850; Valerio
Cardse, 88-1287; Rufina A. de Cardase. 08-0283: Albertina Cas-
tilla q., 08-81418; Hilda M. Cardse: Angola da Carie; Elisa Luna;
Andrea da la Torre; Paulina Hernnde; Ana M. Gonzlez; Barba-
ra Aiapra; Francisco Quirez; America Alvarade; Alberto More-
na; Mercedes Toribio; Daniel Morales; Gregaria Censuara; E-
lolse Rojas; Censulo Salamlna; Rutina Salamina: Carolina Gran-
gara; Lula F. Cerrin; Inocencia de Len; Joa M. Tejeda; Mar-
larita Betbanceurt; Leticia Concepcin; Gregoria Almllltegui;
Virginia Bermdez; Francisca Jimnez; Andrea Cervantee; Fans
tina Reyes, 28-1S0M; CeeUla Martinez, 23-8087: Lilia Rodnmez,
8-343; Rosa Viral, 45-552; Teresa Luna. 18-7504: Cecilia Luna,
47-28817; Benign Trejes, 80-4017; Julia Garrida, 28-3813; Res*
de Moreno, 47-40183: Tomasa Jimnez. 28-1974; Martina Luna,
28-8855; Juan Morale*, 00-430O: Fidelin* Jan. 28-13810; Prs-
pero Ortega, 47-270; 8ebaaliana C. de Pinzn. 80-9013; Manuel S.
Crcamo, 48-111; Bernardina Alsprua, 80-14801; Felipa O. vda. da
Pallaros, 08-17805; Agustina de Majorca, 00-5330; Raman Rome-
ro, 4-1074; Carmen de Witoen. 47-09*7; Paula Tufln. M-O0tti
Herminia Ma. CAceres, 00-10773; .Mercedes Mora, -Wf'j..8*
turnina de Garlbolda, 47-27300; Concepeion Echeverra, 47-35440;
Ber,! Torrero, 47-14411; Hanarina V^elsau**, 47-41105; Jncai-
iiMion Murillv, J4.2S; Uborato A. Correa, 47-31305; Eduardo Ve-
lasw. 30-32041: Felipa de Rangel. 20-2870: niomen de Ledii.
38-2200; Martina Chrtge. 28-1M4; ErpeaUna Prez 47-4547; Li-
dia Ma. Aroaamen. 0|A0O01| Judith Medina de Quijada. *714t
Prudenci Peez, 47-15340; Aura Pitti. 47-7773; Dora M*relata.
28-3144; Julia Vrgr, 28-8068: Nicanor S. Gonsalaz. 47-8O70A;,
Segunda Rodrguez; Jos fia Muras, 47-33072; America F. Serrano:
Antonio Vaauas; Adrian Gonzlez; Ana Jan; Rae Benito;
Julia de QuJr; Dorotea Rivera; Antonia de Morillo; Mari Ojo*
barn; Ofell * Velaao,u*t; Raquel Gutierre.: Ina G0**""'
Mari Lorenza; Mara de 1 O. Fraga; Mana Fragas; Ceelll do
Morales; Carmen Sandaval; Mari Barra; Mercedes Areaomca;
Herminio Sien; Olimpia Cantillo', Berenice Alsprua; Garjii-
mo Zuariech; Evangelina Rvila; Etalvina Alvares; Ana L. Bntr
nach; Vilma E. Basan: Adelaida Espinosa; Rosa de Guardia:
(luadalupa Mera lea; Rosa M. Gonslee: Agotla <>. va da Ra
mas, 47-1M5; Florentina R. vda. de Baria. 20-845; < arzaen ,*
Becking, 38-284; Pdre Va, 47-60M; Manual ***** *M*- -
tar M. Arenal. 30-S880S: Jas Ma. Nufcaa..OO-UIOO: JomA**
tilt Jimnez, 20-8113; Gu.tavo 8. PamonU A.^,!*" v-^.V
rao Adame. 38-0044; Querub* Panee, 37-1270; Vieenta Varnaz-,
3Tl907; JeT Antonia sTalU. 35-im; Je*, da I C SS^JSL
Hafaala Cardona de Queeada: Ja* Martina 3.440, Martin
Olivlt. 38-80814; Irene Ortega. 20-3409; Juaa Bongel. -'.
Etelvin Alvr*s: Ana L- Bantanaeh; Vilma E. :******'
Espinosa; Reo de Guardia; GuadluBj. Marloo; 1P^%Melg-
rejo; Herminia M. Cacaros, 38-10773;i Laonar H *,*l;?a*
Calixta Snchez; Rrnoato M. Cnto. 30-04; Mercadea BoUeotoyaoj
Mari E. Reyes; Arcadia Camaren; MtuiU Cwgu: Um
A. Gonzlez. 48-943944; Julia R'O*. 47-30084: F0llcldd Madrid.
47-37527; Alejandra Araa R., Z-": TeofU Kak^n: ?"**
Lasso; Edia de Araz, 28-3181; Gerardo Rf*f^": /Upa.K;
non. 28-583000; Ambrosia Sanche.; Jull Martnez; An. CJM
iS^pK S A5SS,UA B^
Carneo Tlmmer, 00-3308; Virginia Ojmt^l-l^iUltW'
vas. 47-3321; Jos Ma. Camargo. S-44-: T.nseta Rane. 15473
Justino Herrara. 47-21100: Cristina Rio; RnslUo Marte. -0W
Modesta Rodriguen 30-15100; Jacinta La.*: M! OatrnO,
50-884; Genarlna Bnehe.; Toma. WfilW toj JH?
Varea; Josefa Santoral; Carmen Credldio. 00-10004; M*,rt,5, "*^
poM^OMO: Manuel A. CrrMIJI. :11-7405;LS^J^LV
iln; Aurelia Magellan: Jacinta Guerra; Angelica Zamora, 28-13
DWclO H. r"M A, 20-2272; Rito MurtUe: Joe* Alfredo Doa|l3
igenj Arena; So'fi. Moreno, 47-87784: Nicola. Aparicio. jOll
Ras t*sao, O.lin VliniAv^inJMn^mhV^i'm^
Elete. 47-57008; Erasmo Tejada; Ana T. Jan. 20-17308: AlbortU
f^ilEE ArJona. 3ST; Demetria Mortinos EUti Bajts-
mante -Rosalia Mattews; Jo* da la R Hernandez, 28-25037; Mer-
de?B^de*Feri^d^OMu C. all. 28-10757; UtaJMNB
Teadora Julio; Sabina Fernandos. MUda R. *e Ay*ui.,Cin,,*1n'
terrlU! Juana Babilonia: Eugenia FeUpe Avila, Guadalupe de
Urt- Anaca Urtoi Nster fleio; Redola Bf*o; l>at Gme.r^nU^Una; Melchor Roiss; Crlste*Un>iAlo.:
Tmai quintare, 20*7401: Pedro Martines; Alfonso Da; DhU
A. Camarina. 30-1008: Jtothar Moreno; Ar. fcBdoort^JJ;
Isidra Jisnne; Mercedes Dutarv; Ana Mercedes "Mrtffaof.
28-14946; Mzlitia D. da Rrewn. 01-4451: Fellp C. do Mantaro,
20-10844 Eladio Mantera. 10-750; Jos d*#l C. Caaallero. 11-4100.
Sil V^auMi Carm. Ma. 8l.., 2atLR**,,.!L^ ?i^
rllela quijada; Nicanar 8. Garca. 47-24708; Carlos Q. B.rraza,
41-570017 Jas A. Centena, 47-5447; Mart da QonrAte. 00-450ff
Jo. A. Vega G* 47-59203; Lui A. quijada. 47-28170: Co.oepc on
Gozlez. 2-5838; Manuel T. a.Cabae M-00005; Siman qttte-
tana, 28-11304 Bomell. Nieta. 88-0010: Fr.nciw. treft 28-0041;
Virginia Benita, 08-8008; Fabians C. de Berna; Rodolfo Rama;
Lie. Javier H. Hernndez; Guillermina Orteg.______________^
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FAUINA SEIS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEFENDIENTi
JUEVES, JUNIO 14. 1951
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Que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
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Miscelneas
SI VENDN:Clare., tukwn near.
corn acanelado, FU-T4II 'carton
aulaac-r ara cala rata*' ""'-
rat, lavemane. eacuieee. ate. O
la aracia mt ei piase.
AGiNCIAS GLSALES Via teae-
Ka, ilatenee a Juan Franca. Tal
3-1503
Trompo de harTro, 30 x 30. Troza-
dor, uno circular. Todo con sus mo-
tores. Calle la. No. 4, Vista Her-
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S.S VENDt: r/iquinos de escribir-
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Ocurra
Cenlrol
tipo
a
163.
oficina, o
"ORRAS"
B. 165.00.
Avenido
SE VENDt: Bolonia marco '"Tole-
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CA. DI UFIVM Tal. 2-4332
VENDE LOTES
Pal* inicial mnima i. 100.00
Mensual i. 15.00
a Lotes con Collas y Acueductos de
la Ciudad desde B. 1 .CO al metro.
a Alquilamos equipo pesado para
. movimiento de tierra,
a Alquilamos lotes a largos plazos,
a Club de lotes, B.3.00 y B.4.00
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Mndez y
acciones
Zubieta ofrece
Abattoir.
en venta
Sf VENDE:Por motivo de vioje..lo
acreditada Barbera Europea. Ca-
lle 17 Oeste No. 70.
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Automviles
SE VENDE:Automvil De Soto de
tres asientos, propio pero viaje al
interior. Tel. 2-0091!
SE VENDE: Camin Ford 1942
1 1-2 tonelada. Precio 8.1)500.
Buenas condiciones. Dirjase Gara-
ge Servicio Pblico, Colle '-'B" No.
70.
SE VENDE:-Camion Chevrolet es-
toca, modelo 1941 en muy'bue-
nas condiciones. Vea seor Molt,
estacin Voider. Ave. A No. 117.
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30. Tel. 3-2969.
SE VENDE: Cachorros tinos, cinco
semanas. Familia' Viler. Calle 9o.
Porque Lefevre.' Borriado Panam
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godas, 4 cuchillas, uno rodiol. una Se
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Torres, telfono 3-0119. \
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plantas. Calle 22 Este bis No. 17,
refuta B. 110.00 Precio 8.5.500.-
00. Central da Bienes Raices. Via
Espaa No. 31. Tel. 3-4512.
SE VENDE:Por motivo vioje, an
Ave. Central No. 217, Cqli.donio,
lo refresquera La Victoria. Precio
de ocasin.
St VENDE: Mezclodoro elctrico
Casa y negocio de Can-
tina-Restaurante "El Radio'. Son
Francisco da la Caleta, calle 2o.
Entenderse all mismo.
SE VENDEMotivo de viaje. Lincoln
Sedan 1950, cor, Hydramatic. Bue-
nos condiciones mecnicos, B.2.-
100. Marcos Villorreal, Calla H
34. Tel. 2-1746.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
paro hacer mezcla para bloques de SE VENDE:GANGAl Cant,no-res-
conereto. Avenida 4 de Julio No. taurSnte, hotel en Chorrera, pun-
concreto
51.
to cntrico, numerosa clientela.
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.Todo por B.75.00. Verlos en casa Sala menta ear resanes de salida del
2141-A. Col|e Sexto, Curundu. 'aeis vende a arrienda Restarente
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r-AKir*. cJ.inrln H. B 5 00* v B 'eeulae. en Celidonia. Avenida Can-
^^en^lu^rsar^ArnocUs^t. Ven,. mensual ...II1.5.000.
Martinez. Calle Martn- Soso No. 3. < De.-.-tei>, Llame a.r
(Sin
mocin*
infor-
2-3404.
SE VENDE:Trailer lacero^ uno to-
nelada cargo, llantos nuevas, 750
x 20. Perfectas condiciones, dere-
chos pagados. Precio B. 17500.
Productos Nocionales, S. A. No.
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ol mejor postor, los edificios Nos.
355, 4074*4204 438 y 442, en An-
cn; .334, 358 y 368, en Gotn;
1715, en Cristbal; 3345, en Camp
Bierd. Se recibirn las propuestas'
salladas, en la oficina del Superin-
tendente de Almacenes, en Balboa,
hasta las 10 v 30 de lo moona del ,
8 de Junio de 1951. cuando se han.
da abrir en pblico. Se pueden con-,I
teguir los formulario pora los pro-
puestas, con los pormenores eompi'-
13$. en las oficinas del Superinten-
dente de Almocenes, Bolbca. y en
i ii de los Administradores de Cosos
'Housing Manogersl en Balboa Hgts.
en Cristbal.
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paro Ampro, de proyeccin ARC
16 mm, compuesto de lamperas'
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tables, "switch" automtico de
Cambios. 2 micrfonos, 3 juagos de
lentes 2", 2 1 -2" y 3". 1 ampli-
ficador puede operarse en 25 o 60
dclos. Propuestas cerrados se obri-
rn- el Lunes Junio 25. 195i; 10
A. M. en el Central Office. CAAF
MPS, Quarry Heights, edificio No.
153. Este equipo, designado para
exhibicin de pelcula 16 mm pa-
ra auditorio grande, especial par
actividades sociales, de logias
iglesias. El mejor postor si no tiene
privilegio .de entrado libra sobre
impuestos, se le pedir entrega
evidencia de pogo de derechos o 1a
* aduana panameo. La CAAP MPS,,
se reservo el derecho de rechazar
uno o todas las prepuestas.
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de dos Hect/eos (20.271 Mts. 21
con. caso; propio pora Urbaniza-
cin o pars grandes depsitos, Si-
tuado al lado derecho carretera
Pueblo Nuevo, frente Calle 4a.,
Vtsto Hermoso Haga sus ofertas
o A. D.. Aportado 765, Ponam.
No aceptamos intermedinos.
SANCAS: Porque Lefevra. Colla 9a
Chalet d 2 recamares, 2 baos.
sal* y comedor, cuarto de servicio,
lecina. B. 10,000.00. facilidades
d* pago. II Valle: Chalet sobre
lote con rio, muebles, acciones del
acueducto. B.5,500.00. Lotes:
Altos del Golt, a 1.3.75 M2 y di-
mes urbanizaciones a precios sirtii-
larmente bojos. Wolff y Co., Ca-
ll 5a.. 22. Tel.. 2-2388.
St NECESITA
General
---------------_---------------aUra-----------
SE NECESITA:Coiero. buena pre-
sencio.'Pres'entdrse cantina Chico'i,
calle'J, No. 15, eV p". rh. en ade-
lante.
SE NECESITA.: .-i-.Paro Americano.
, Cuarto con servicio y entrada in-
dependiente, sin muebles. Llamar
Corozol-4287. ,
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto omoblodo en
casa da familia, paro domo. Ocu-
rra Via Espaa 36 Apto .G.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado in-
dependiente. Entrada separada.
Para soltero. Estudiante 73, Apto.
6.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto refrigerado en
calle H No. 18. Telfono 2-2948
o 2-2739. Fabrico de Hielo Estri-
peaut.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA;Amplio y ventilado
Kportamento. Calle Ricardo Arios
lo. 8 Informes en los bajos,
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA.Apartamento da una
recmaro, sala-comedor. En Via
Belsono Porras, final. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de une
recmara, sala-comedor. En calle
50 No. 23. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento fresco,
cntrico, dos recmaras, cocino,
. servicios independientes. B.55-00.
Ave. A No. 16, altos.;
SE ALQUILA: Pieza en B.35.00.
Bajos. 15 Oeste No. 42. Informes
Ave. A No. 16.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, dos recmores, garage, cuarto
empleada. 8.80.00. Calla 39 No.
2.
SE ALQUILA;Apartamento' moder-
no de una recmara, garage. Vio
Belisorio Porras 168.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
oeondicionodo, casa No. 5. Calle
la. Perejil. Lime Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento amo-
blado, dos recmaros, solo-come1
dor, porch. Calle 45 No. 34, Bella
Vista.
SE ALQUILAN:^Cuartos en Pueblo
Nuevo," B.12.00., Infrmese Oficina
Geiobert, Jernimo de la Osso No.
10.
SE. ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
B.6.00 por semana, paro hombre.
Avenida Lefevre. Parque Lefevre.
No. 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en Plaza Lo-
tera, primer olto, No. 3, uno o
dos. nombres responsables.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
fresco con bolcn, para hombre
solo. Calle Colombio No.'8, apar-
tomento'5. Telfono 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en calle la.
Perejil, No. 18, poro caballero so-
', lo y de buenos costumbres, in-
formes altos.
..a-a.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Lovandera-plncho-
do'r. Llame aj Tel. 3-2541, San
Francisco de la Caleta.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con bue-
nas referencias. Calle 5a. La Cres-
ta-Nf. 12. .Tal. 3-1378.
SE NICISITABuena cocinero y
upo empleoda paro oficios gene-
roles' de coia. Ocrrase a la casa
No. '26 de la" Ave.' Monuel Yco-
z'g en Camp Alegre.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento de uno
recmara, sala-comedor, por solo
B.55.00. En calle lo. No. 9, Tel.
2-1602.___________________
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento en Ave.
4 de Julio "Coso El Sol" Infrmese
en el stano.
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
rODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
SE CREARA
par su llrma en el documen-
to que concede a Panam un
programa por el cual se presta
asistencia a nios, adolescen-
tes, madres embarazadas y ma-
dres lactantes con un' primer
pan de leche y margarina pa-
ra 12.000 escolares y 3.000 pre-
escolares.
"Nadie ms contenta que yo,
que he visto a todos tan inte-
resados y tan entusiastas en los
programas de ayuda a la niez
qua propende la UNICEF", de-
clar la seorita Shaffer des-
pus de poner su firma al a-
cuerdo. x
"Por fin hacemos algo efec-
tivo y prctico por nuestros ni-
os, y ya era Urgente hacerlo,
no poda demosar ms. La UNi-
CEr-' merece nuestro reconoci-
miento", expres el Ministro de
Educacin, Ing. Ricardo Ber-
mdez una vez aprobado el a-
cuerdo.
"Me place hondamente ha-
ber participado en estas ges-
tiones efectuadas sin demoras y
por vas rpidas, pues me dice
que el Departamento de Salud
Pblica podr Ir rpidamente
cumpliendo su cometido ante
las necesidades sanitarias de
nuestro pas", se expres de la
firma del acuerdo el Director de
Salud Pblica, Dr. Alberto .
Calvo S.
SE ORDENA
de la Repblica posean copla
de la misma y logren, en gesto
de civilismo, defender sus prin-
cipios esenciales en todas tas
SE ALQUILA: APARTAMENTOS:
Cmodos, ventilodos, edificio mo-
derno, frente plaza Sonta Ana.
Compaa F. ICAZA, Avenida B
79. .
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento con ga-
rage. Calle 46 No. 27. Infrmese
apartamento No. 8. ^^^^^^^
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos fres-
cos, amoblados, con agua caliente,
telfono y balcn privado y servi-
cio completo de Hotel desde B.75.
00. HOTEL ROOSEVELT.
SE ALQUILAN:Modernos aparta-
mentos de dos dormitorios-, sala-
comedor, cocino y servicios, con
balcn noci lo calla por B.80.00
mensuales. Caso No. 6 y No. 8.
Calle 36 Este. Ocurro a Quijano.
CoHe 8a. No. 15.
SE ALQUILAN:En el Edificio Ruiz,
casa No. 15, Colla 2a. Perejil. Mo-
dernos apartamentos de uno rec-
enora. sola-comedor y cocino por
B.60.00 mensuoles. Ocurra o Qui-
jano. CoHe 8a. No. 15.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA: Masa y sillos poro
bar. Llamar Tel. 2-2522 da 9 o.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Dos vitrinas, juago de
recmaro, estufa, dos camas cunas
todo casi nuevo. Llame telfono 2-
1686. Colla Victoriano Lorenzo
No. 10.
SE VENDE:AAouino "Singar"' de
cocer en B.85.00. 'Algo excelente.
Avenida B 73.
'E VENDE :-i-Dos vitrinos. juego, de
recmara, estufa,, dos camas cu-
nas. Todo casi nuevo. Llame Tel.
2-1686 colle Victoriano Lorenzo.
No. 10.
SE ALQUILA
;.;V Locales, .
t ALQUILAN:JKlu.o.nente CM-
re oticinos lcala rontriece en toe
a/toe d Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Solicitan irrfor-
mocin en Almacena 5 V 10 can
rovos. _______.-
SE- ALQILa:Local pare oflcioo
arriba del TegtroiCaQtrol. .
SE ALQUILA:Local Comercial: Edi-
ficio moderno frente Plazo Santa
Ano Compaa F. ICAZA, Aveni-
da B 79. .'
'SE NECESITA: Buena cocinera
Buen sueldo. Colle 50 No. 14, al-
tos, mano derecha.
SE'NECESITA:Carguero con bue-
nos referencias. Buen sueldo. Colle
5d. La, Cresta No. ,12. Tel. ,3-
137&T
SE NECESITA:Persona resoonsoble
pora cuidar un boby. Debe dormir
err casa, se requiere experiencia
y recomendaciones. Acuda Colle
33 No. 4 ,..
SE NECESITA;Empleod* qua. love,
planche y.cocine bien, para dos
persono, indispensable buenos re-
ferencias. "Colla 44 Esta No. 22,
Apto.'3.
SE ALQUILA: Local grande pora
depsito en -la call S. Para infor-
mes llame oficina Baquerizo. Tel.
3-0699.
SE ALQUILA:Local espacioso, a-
propiado panadera, .lavandera, etc.
o depsitos en calle 5e. No. 38. In-
formes Ave. Per No. 58.
SE ALQUILA;Local apropiado pa-
ra barbarlo en los bajos de la ca-
so No. 8 de la calle 36. Este. Ocu-
rra a Quijbno. Calle 8o. No. 15..
S, ALQUILA:Un local pora nego-
cio. Colle lg. No..4, Visto Hermo-
sa. Tal. 3-2536. ,
SE ALQUILA:Locles di. diferentes
.tamaos, lugoi cntrico y. comer-
riol, lodo Ci Internacional de
Ventos. Colle 26 Este y Ave. Cu-
ba. Ocurra mismo edificio Apto. 13.
C Dioz, horas de- oficino.
i t ic:ia ti asi pan:
IMPRENTAS
PAPELES
IN VflCHI'fRV C0VPAN-
NI ii rOM
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo No. 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Pblica nmero 767
extendida en la Notara Se-
gunda del Circuito de Pana-
m y de fecha 30 de Mayo de
1951. he comprado al seor
Herbert Hamilton Griffith au
establecimiento comercial de-
nominado Refresquera Griff's
libre de todo gravamen y
deuda y situado en la Calle
"Q" nmero 1 de la cjudad de
Panam.
Panam Mayo 30 de 1991.
' Edward Richard Bennett
SE ALQUILA
Cas
SE ALQUILAN:En lo coso No. 15
de la Calle lo. Perejil hoy dos
apartamentos de una recmara,
salo-comedor y cocino en B.55-.00
mensuales cada .uno. y uno de dos
recmaros, dos' servicjqs, sala-co-
mfdor y cocina por B.80.00. Ocu-
rro- a Quijano. Calle' 8o. No. 15.
AVISO
a nuestro clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin lleg el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera vez hay en
Panam latas de 3" o.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
SE ALQUILA:A persono responsa-
ble. Apartamento anieblado, com-
puesto de uno recmara con ca-
mas gemelos, sala comedor y co-
cino con .estufa de gas V refrigera-
. doro elctrico, por B.75.00 rnen-
subles. Afttp. No. 5, Cas No. 2.
Cqlle lo. Perejil. Se exigen garan-
tios. Ocurra.-o Quijono, Colle 8o.
N, 15.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos mo-
dernos de dos recmoras. solo-co-
medor, cocino omplia, bolcn pri-
vado y azotea pora tender. Precio
mdico. Ocurra C. Daz, colle 25
Este y Ave. Cubo No. 15. Apto.
13, hores de oficina.
SE ALQUILA::-Cholet situado en lo
interkecejn, de las correteras
Boyd-Roosevelt y Pueblo Nuevo,
por B.75.00. Cosa No. 4036 Co-
rretera Pueblo Nuevo. Ocurro
Quijono. Calla 8o. No. 15.
SE ALQUILA: Cho'let, Urbaniza-
cin El-Cormen. 2 recmaras, sala-
comedor, cocino, garage. Llamar
Tel. 3-0545. .
SE ALQUILA:Magnfica residencia,
completamente omoblodo. distri-
buida en dos apartamentos, inde-
pendientes; No. 114, Cali II Pol-
t.llo. Lime Tal. 2-1456.

SE ALQUILA:Chalet grande opro-
piodo para Emba|oda, 3 recma-
ras, porch, cocina, pantry, sola-
comedor. idn grande, cuarto em-
pleoda con servicio. Calla 9o. Pol-
tillo. Novedodes Horori. Central
N. 72. '
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de. conformidad con el
Articulo No. 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Publica nmero 1108
extendida en la Notarla Prl:
mera del Circuito de Panama
y de fecha Junio 12 de 1951,
he comprado al seor Luis
Chung Gonzlez su estableci-
miento comercial denominado
La Felicidad", altuado en la
Calle "G" Na 3 de la ciudad
de Panam.
Panam. Junio 12 de 1881.
Julie Cha Delgada
Av/s Judicial
' Jeei Guillara. Batalle.
Notario Pbllco Primero del CinUito e
Pananj, coa cdula-de idealidad peno-
nal numero T-lS.Ste.
CKBTIFICA:
Qua lo aefiorea Tom Ariaa T Jo*
Maaual Sinchei. majorea de edad y -.
elnoa de eata cludd. han oontltuldo la
ocledad eoUctixa de comer, lo denomi-
nad. 6ANCHKZ Y COMPASIA UMITA-
DA. eon domicilio en la Ciudad de Pa-
nam, por 1 trmino d S * "
un capital de B.S.0Z2. portada por
iguale partea entra loa aoclo;
que el eoelo Tomie Arlaa tendr a
u cargo l uao de la firma aoclal. y
al aoclo Joa Manuel Snehee tendr la
adminl.tmclin da loa uefocloa; y
Qua el objeto principal da la eocledad
er la e-rploUcl.'-n del negocio de com-
pra y vanta madlclnaa en Beaeral,
introducirla del citerior, dlUibulrlaa.
fabricarla. repr.MnUr. ca.a proA>c-
teraa rad.nale. a extranjera, eatable.
cer farmacia, daaitoa y fbrica, y aei
general ejecutar eoalauler "tro negocio
1 cito permitido e peraonee Jurdica
nacional. _.... .
Ai ron.la en la Eacritura Publica -
mero M d 11 de Junio de lili,
aatandla n la Notarla a u carga.
Panam. Junio lt de Jll.
J. Cata. Batalle.
Notarlo Publico Primero
Plvora Negra
Caja.....B/22.00
Barril.... 6.00
Cortadoras de hierba
de 18".. .B/ 14.75
Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
AVISO
La Secretaria de la Universidad
avma a loa Interesados que la ma-
tricula para el curto de Servido
Diplomtico y Consular e.Ura a-
hlerta durante lo. da Viernes IS,
Sbado !( y'Lunes IS de Junio, de
a 12 y de 3 a 7 p.m.
La* clases comentaran el da La-
nes IS d* Junio Para Ingresar a
este cursa aa necesitan lo miamos
requisitas que para entrar en la
Facultad de Admlxibtractn Pbli-
ca r Comercio.
Panam, 14 de Junio de KS1
EL SECRETABIO.
EN EXISTENCIA
FAMOSOS MOTORES
A.GE.C.
Monofsico desde
1/6 HP a t HP.
Trifsicos desde 1-51 HP.
Precios Fantsticos!
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 18 Este #4 le. t-ZMO
Persianas Venecianas LUX
B/.P.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
b enera les
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E #22
Tel 3-1713
felpa para techos
. Papel Crespn $
en colores surtidos.
Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
NO SE PREOCUPE POR
SUS REPARACIONES
Nosotros le ofrecemos toda
clase de materiales de
construccin de la ms al-
ta callead v Jas famosas
PINTURAS
Sheuwin Williams
Paints
las mejores del mundo a
los precios ms bajos de
la Plaza.
Vistenos sin demora.
Ave. Norte S3 Tel 2-Hl
Calle Martin Sosa No. I
Telfono S-I424.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
e La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
BIKMPRk SUS ORDENES
Ra Abajo ZlMTeL 1-MZ4
Aunaren Calle "I" #4
Tel. t-I.M
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2 x 8'
Calibre 26
Escuelas Panameas.
El Ministerio de Educacin \.k
adoptado tal actitud siguiendo
un criterio de consecuencia pa-
ta con el pueblo que ha sabido
dtfender nuestra Carta Poltica.
A no dudar esta edicin po-
pular crear una conciencia pe
Derecho, que es la conciencia
ce la Educacin y la Demo-
cracia.
NO DAR
plimlento del deber de sostener
la soberana nacional y la co-
rrespondiente accin de los tri-
bunales peruanos y el rechazo
desde el primer momento de la
procedencia de asilo.
El comunicado oficial dice que
la nueva resolucin de la Cor-
te es ms explcita que la an-
terior y ha sealado que el
asilo debi cesar Inmediatamen-
te despus de dictada la sen-
tencia de 20 de noviembre de
1950 y por lo tanto el asilo debe
cesar y Per "tiene derecho a
exigir a Colombia que le pon-
ga fin".
Nombran la Directiva
de la Cruz Roja de
la ciudad de. Coln
En la maana de hoy fue
nombrada la directiva de la
Cruz Roja, Captulo de Coln,
asi:
Hilda de Cedeo, presidenta;
Julia Emlliani, vlce-presidenta;
Lucila A. de Calvio, secretarla;
Concepcin Fernndez, asisten-
te secretarla; Alberto Motta,
tesorero; Yolanda Salas de
Herchfield, presidente del Club
Interamerlcano de Mujeres, Ca-
ptulo de Coln: Mercedes Oa-
lindo de Paterson, vocal; Olga
Arcia de Legnadier, vocal.
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Asignan las escuelas
cuela de La Peana, en reem-
plazo de Aullo Hernndez, cu-
yo nombramiento se declara In-
subsistente.
Felix Urrlola, para la escue-
la de Pedernal, en reemplazc
de Elba Tulla V. de Salazar.
quien renunci.
Tarclslo Acuna para la M-
t cuela oe la naya qc uanta Iza-
ra, por aumento de matrcula.
Monserrat Gonzalez de Sn-
chez, par-, la escuela San Pe-
dro del Espino, en reemplazo
ue Josefa Aimanz, quien pasa
a otra escuela.
Jilma Maura Hing,, para la
escuela San Pedro oel fcspinc.,
en reemplazo de Digna Amo-
rea de Agudo, quien pasa a
otra escuela.
urea V. Torrijos, para la
escuela de La Soledad, en re-
empao de Dell S. de Ramos
Grau, quien renuncio.
Norberto de la Guardia, par,
la escuela de Las Animas, en
reemplazo de Milciades Amores,
quien renunci.
Esther Mana Caballero, para
la escuela de Calobre, en re-
emplazo de Lilla P. dt Garca,
quien pasa a otra escuda/
Alclbiades Garca, para la es-
cuela de Calobre, en reemplazo
de Berta 8. de Vsquez, quien
pasa a otra escuela.
Horacio Ueta, para la escue-
la de Calobre, en reemplazo de
Horacio Acua, quien pasa s
otra escuela.
Anbal Francisco Rodrguez
para la escuela de La Hondu-
ra, en reemplazo de Tilda Ber-
nal. cuyo nombramiento se de-
clar insubsistente.
Luis E. Castillo, para la es-
cuela d? La Hondura, por au-
mento de matricula.
Daniel Camarena, para la es-
cuela de Pueblo Nuevo, por au-
mento de matricula.
Carlos E. Diaz M!, para Ir
escuela Jos de la Cru*, M-
rlda, para llenar vacante que
all existe.
Bernardo Gonzlez, para la
escuela de El Ceibal, en reem-
plazo de Csar Alvarado, cuyo
nombramiento se declara In-
subsistente.
Olmedo del C. Daz, para l
escuela de Los Latones, en re-
emplazo de Veda Abdiel Barsa^
lio cuya nombramiento se de-
clara insubsistente.
Mlida Fernndez, para la es-
cuela de La Tetmada. Dor au-
mento de matricula.
Rosslina Sansn' J.. para le
escuela de Llano Grande, en re.
emo'lazo de Nstor J. Cornejo
quien nasa a otra escuela.
Fidelina del C. Chone, par
la escuela de Coronal, .por au-
mento de mstrenla;
Mara del C. Anonte. para le
e.cuela dt El Hato, en reem-
plazo de Victoria G. de Nava-
rro quien no acento el cargo.
Marsrarlta A. de Palclos. para
la escuela de Lola Ganadera,
en reemplazo de Mara H. O.
de Acarado, quien pasa a otra
escuela.
Leticia Herrera, para la re-
cuela Adolfo J. Fbrefa. en re-
emplazo de Sara Anglica R. ae
Vlllamil quien pasa a otra es-
cuela.
Juan B. Gordon, para la es-
cuela de El Piln, en reempis-
r> de Juan Vicencio DuUvi
quien pa*a a otra escuela.
Ana Matilde Jaramlllo. jara
la escuela de El Piln, en reem-
plazo de Eusebia M, Pinzu
idien pasa a otra escuela-
Ajamo zuir, para la escue-
la de Rio de Jess, para Utnir
varante oue all existe.
Juana de la C. Botado, pa-a
la escuela de Los Castillos, r.
reemplazo de Mara Luisa Ji-
mnez quien renunci.
Luisa O. Rodriguez, para la
sscuela de Piedras Gordas, nn
reemplazo de Gustavo Bonilla
Jr., cuyo nombramiento se de-
ciara insubsistente.
Ramn A. Ises. para la escue-
la de El Alto, en reemplazo d?
Pedro A. Oaorio, quien paso a
otra escuela.
cuela da Bapotillo, en reempla-
zo de Bisa A de Martinez, quien
pasa a otra escuela.
Anglica Curnejo, para la es-
cuela Miguel Alba, en reempla-
zo de Clemencia Santamara
oulen pasa a otra escuela.
Elsa Leonor Abada, para la
escuela Miguel Alba, en reem-
plazo de Aura Wong quien pwt>
a otra escuela.
Edilma Benavldes, parala es
cuela Miguel Alba, en reempu
zo de Alda Cecilia PedroM
-juien pasa a otra escuela.
Alda Elosa Dutari, para la
escuela Miguel Alba, por au-
mento de matrcula.
Jorge E. Calvio, para la es-
cuela Miguel Alba, en reempla-
zo de Rosa A. Morn, quien p<
sa a otra escuela.
Luis A. Stanzlola Jr.. para la
escuela Bajos del Cobre, en re-
emplazo de Bonaparte Sanuf
cuyo nombramiento se declara
insubsistente.
Yolanda E Ramos, para la
escuela de Bolvar en reempla-
zo de Elosa Herrera quien pa*a
a otra escuela.
Elida Ros, para la escuea
de Bolvar,.por aumento de ma-
trcula.
Vctor Rudas, para la escuela
de El Pito, en reemplazo de te-
ladlo Ortiz quien renunci.
Lux Argentina V. de Acua
para la escuela Dominio del Ca-
nad, en reemplazo de Zalda N".
ue Melndez quien se separa por
gravidez. ,
Ralmunda Valderrama. para
la escuela de El Embalsadero,
en reemplazo de Angela Valcle-
irama de Urita, quien se sepa
i a por gravidez. ''
Alda Lpez F., para la escue-
la de La Ensillada, en reempla-
za de Ana Matilde S. de Lond:-
io quien se separa por gravides.
Martha Gonzlez, para la *s-
cuela de Martn Grande, en re-
emplazo de Dora Ch- de, Eton-
aero quien se separa por gra-
videz.
Delia S. de Ramos Grau. pa-
ra la escuela de La Pea, ea
reemplazo de Alda Barra Stan-
zlola quien tiene licencia para
continuar estudios.
Graciela J. Mrida A., para la
escuela Jos de la C. Mrida. en
reemplazo de Zenobia L- de Cla-
vel quien se separa por gravidez.
Olida H. Hernndez, para 1
escuela Adolfo J. Fbrega, en
icemplaz de Evidelia J. de Al-
varez quien s separa por gra-
videz.
Ildefonso Canto, para la ch-
uela de El Piln, en reemplaro
de Diamantina J. de Vargas
oulen se separa por gravidez.
Provincia Escolar de Bocas
del Toro
Ada Rohman, para la es-
cuela Repblica de Nicaragua,
en reemplazo de Virginia Tho-
mas, quien renunci.
Isabel Mara Ibarra, para la
escuela Repblica de Nicaragua,
en reemplazo de Buena E. ds
Barrios, quien pasa a otra ea
cuela;
fcorajdn. M. de Murgas, para
la escuela de Almirante, por
aumento de matrcula.
Adriana V. de Lpez, para la
escuela de Almirante, en reem-
plazo de Irma E. Black, quien
renunci.
Gladys E. Grcil, para la es-
cuela de Guabito en reemplazo
de Hctor Garca P., quien no
se ha presentado.
Emilio Arrocha, para la es-
cuela de Guabitb, por aumento
de matrcula.
Nery Q. de Adames, para la
escuela de Bastimentos, n re-,
emplazo de Rhoda Rebeca Fle-
ming, quien no se ha presen-
tado.
Elia Mara Grjale, para la
escuela de Nutlve, en reempla-
zo de Gladys Esther Murillo,
quien nasa a otra escuela. .
Audelia T. Brown, para la,
escuela de Almirante, en reem-
plazo de Maria Gaby de Cooth,
quien se separa por gravidez.
Flor Elida Hand L.. para 1
escuela de Changuinola, en re-
emplazo de Lilla A- de Rivas,
quien se separa por gravidez.
Lidia Mendoza, para la escue-
la de Baha Azul, en reempla-
zo de Manuela Smith, quien s
separa por gravidez.
Provincia Escotar de Darien
Nelva Elmira Berrio L.. para
la escuela de La Palma, en re--
emplazo de Enriqueta E. ds
Mel, quien pas a otra escue-
la.
Nicols Alvarado, para la es-
cuela de La Palma, en reempla-
zo, de Lidya Isabel Lay, quien
renunci.
Plcido Martnez, nara la es-
cuela de Garachin, por au-
mento de matrcula.
Diego Blanco, para la escue-
a de La Marea, en reempla-
* el
zo ele Martn Fonseca R, quien
pa.o a otra escuela.
Guillermina Rodrguez, para
la escuela de Tucuti, por au-
mento de matrcula.
Grlselda Marmolejo, para Is.
escuela de La Palma, en reem-
plazo de Hilda Rosa C. de
Carrin, quien se separa en uso
de licencia por enfermedad.
Mara Dominga Alvarado, pa-"
ra la escuela de Cheplgana. en
reemplazo de Jacinta A. de Ro-
drguez, quien se separa por
gravidez. .,
Mara del Carmen Berrio. pa-
ra la escuela de Cnepieana, en
reemplazo de Severlana N. da
Rotas, quien ae separa por gra-
videz.
Hersilia C. de Melndez. par
la escuela de Jaqu, en reem-
plazo de Vicenta L de Mong,
quien se senara por grvidas.
Anglica P. de Lpez, para I
escuela de Bamb, en reempla-
zo de Isabel A. de Crdoba,
quien se separa por gravlvez.
Cristina Othon R., oara la es-
cuela de El Real de Santa Ma-
ra, en reemplazo de Anacle-
ta de la Balza. quien se se-
para por pravide7.
Narcisa Ma. Carrillo Cobas,
para la escuela de Pinogana. en
reemplazo de Teresa A. de Bris-
tn, quien se separa por gra-
Roque Rodreuez. para la es-
cuela de El'Alto, en reemplazo I Vldz.
oe Luis Alfonso Lopes quien fu Ricardo J. Bennuele*.
uestltuido. ' El Srlo. del Ministerio.
Ubla Chang M. para la *- partas Iva ZuA-S-w


JUEVES. JUMO 14. 151
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_
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VAGINA SIETE
Cartilla De 5 Balanceadas
De Jess Compos Forman
Peleas y Exhibicin
La Funcin De Hoy
Tiene lugar en el
Gimnasio Nal. a
las 1 y 45 p. m.
El atractivo programa que
ofrece esta noche en el Olmnu-
sio Nacional el Boxeo Amateur
comprende cinco balanceada,
peleas y una exhibicin por el
destacado pgil portorriqueo
Jess Compos, quien se medi-
r el domingo con el campeo-
nato nacional peso piuma Fe-
derico Mummer.
Figuras que estn demostran-
do llegar lejos tn este depor-
te tendrn a su cargo las pe-
leas de la cartilla, y donde es-
tarn representadas las divi-
siones de peso papel, pese mos-
N ea y de la divisin de los lige-
ros, y asi tenemos que en la
funcin de esta noche actua-
rn los siguientes gladiadores:
CARLOS ELLIS
vs. ,
LESLIE MEANARD
115 libras.
MANUEL PORT1SO
TS.
PAPITO HOWARD
113 libras.
QTJIKO MOSKERA
ALBERTO LAWRENCE
114 libras.
BIENVENIDO RAMOS
L."sWANSON
135 libras.
ENRIQUE MORENO
WILFREDO BRATHWAITE
135 libra. '
Gran Entusiasmo Por Los Juegos
De Hoy Del Cuerpo De Bomberos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Compaa No. 1 .. Compaa No. 5 .. Banda (le Cornetas Compaa No. 4 .. Compaa No. i .. O 5 .. 5 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 p i i 2 3 4 5 5 i 4 Pts .133 .133 .847 .571 .571 .421 .375 .215 .245 .280
Compai;. No. Electricistas 1 .. .. a
Compaa No, Comandancia .. .. t .. i
Oran inters ha despertado
entre los aficionados los parti-
dos que celebrar hoy la Liga
de Softball del Cuerpo de Bom-
beros principalmente el choque
de los equipos representantes de
la Compaa No. l y la Com-
paa No. 5, que lucharn por
el primer lugar de este circui-
to.
Ambos conjuntos estn bien
balanceados y se espera que el
cotejo de esta tarde en la Pla-
za Amado1 Guerrero resulte re-
ido en todos los actos.
Los otros partidos anunciados
para hoy corrern a cargo de
los equipos:
Compaa No. 3 vs. Compaa
NO. 4.
Comandancia vs. Banda de
Cornetas.
MUCHA POSE. Esta es la forma cerno Bobby Thompson,
de los Gigantes de Nueva York, se coloca en el plato al di'
ponerse a batear. Su postura es magnifica, pero ea esta
temporada no ha dado el resultado que de l se esperaba y
ahora mismo est bateando por un porcentaje cerca de .204.
El Operten venci
al Daar anoche
por 28 a 27
El conjunto Operten mantu-
vo su invicto y qued solo en
el primer puesto del Campeo-
nato Femenino de Basketball
Mayor de la Liga Provincial de
Panam con su vlctorla.de n-
noche sobre el Daar por 2a a
27.
- El encuentro tal como se es-
peraba result reido y anima-
do y ambos conjuntos lucha-
ron en todo momento por el
triunfo.
Adems con este resultado, el
Daar perdi su primer encuen-
tro de la temporada, despus
de dos victorias consecutivas.
El prximo Juego tendr ru-
gar el sbado entre Daar y
El ganador del juego de hoy Mendoza-Pern
pasar al comando del ftbol del Chorrillo
Esta tarde a las 4 y 30 en el cuentran empatados en el Be-
cuadro de Barraza contina el
Campeonato de Ftbol Mayor
del Barrio del Chorrillo, con el
partido entre los equipos De-*
portlvo Mendoza y Coronel Re-
men: Ambos conjuntos se en-
Vigor.
El quinteto Pelimex
conserv su invicto
en el basket menor
Muy interesante result el
basketball menor celleb raido
antenoche en el Gimnasio Na-
cional. '
In el primero de los cho-
?ues se Impuso la Fuerza y
uz al Fuerte 15 por anota-
cin de 40 a 13, juego que co-
rrespondi al grupo "Gringo de
la Guardia." En otro de los
juegos de este mismo grupo se
Impuso el Pelimex al Cela Gon-
zlez por anotacin de 31 a 21.
En el partido correspondiente
al grupo "Che Villalobos" el
quinteto Ginebra Centenario
derrot a la Sastrera Paname-
ricana por 37 a 16.
Maana viernes continuar es-
ta calendario.
Antn y Pri chocarn
en comentado juego
de basket el sbado
ANTON, Junio 14* (Por A.
Chong-t. El Seleccionado d*
Basketball de este lugar acept
el reto del quinteto penonome-
q PRI, y el Juego tendr lugar
el prximo sbado en la noche
en Penonom.
El conjunto de Antn se im-
puso ltimamente al equipo de
Divisa en un movido partido
que se dedic al seor Ministro
de Obras Pblicas, ing. orber-
to Navarro.
Loa antoneroa partirn a Pe-
nonom en las ltimas horas de
la tarde para su juego con el
PRI y dedicarn el partido al
seor Zeimo Guardia, quien
tambin ha prestado su valio-
sa cooperacin al deporte an-
tonero.
gundo lugar con el Pern, con
doce puntos cada uno, y el
ganador del partido de esta
tarde se colocar en el coman-
do del torneo con 14 puntos.
ya que el actual puntero es el
Nacional con 13 puntos.
Los' siguientes partidos del
Calendarlo son: Pern va. fle-
mn, y Mendoza vs. Nacional,
para el domingo 17; Mendoza
vs. Remn, jueves 21; Remn vg_;
Pern, el domingo 24, y Nacio-
nal vs. Remn el lo. de Julio.
1-_i_
Social Deportiva
celebra hoy su cumpleaos el
entusiasta y conocido deportis-
ta de Coln, CECILIO A. ma-
ta, y con este motivo envia-
mos al amigo nuestras sinceras
felicitaciones, desendole tam-
bin' muchos xitos en sus I3-
tlntaa actividades.
Calendario de juegos de la vuelta
de clasificacin del basket menor
NUEVA CREMA
DE AFEITAR!
Ayuda i conservar el aspecto
sano y juvenil del rostro.
Loa cientfico saben que el lavar y
raspar que acompaan ceda afei-
tad a tienden a dejar la piel irritada.
Pero ahora aa ha elaborado na
nueva yadmirable crema de afeitar
que ea realmente buena para la piel.
Maravilla** Inarealianla
La Crema da Atetar William
sootiene Extracto de Lanolinar*>
fiante descubrimiento cientfico cea
asa y o rea propiedades "benficas'
ara la pial que la lanolina corriente
Salo ea WILLIAMS
Ahoracada vac que uetad a* afeita
son Williams disfruta de esta aura vi-
llosa substancia, y obtiene una afc-
teda ms ntida, major. Uee Williams,
le nica crema de afeitar que con-
tiene Extracto de Lanolina.
No participar en
ningn evento el Club
Ciclista A. y Oficios
El Club Ciclista del Artes y
Oficios ha decidido unirse a
otros dos clubes para no par-
ticipar en ningn evento, has-
ta que se efecten cambios en
la Comisin de este deporte,
de acuerdo con la siguiente
carta rje nos entreg el repre-
sentante de dicho club:
Panam, Junio 13, 1951.
Seores Miembros de la
Comisin Nacional de Ciclismo.
Presente.
Eaimados seores:
Tiene la presente el objeto
de notificarles publicamente
que el Club de Ciclismo de El
Artes y Oficios, se adhiere, a
el Club Ciclista Davenport y al
Club de Coln, que capitanea el
seor Edgardo Lombardo, a no
participar en ningn evento,
mientras no hayan sido remo-
vidos ustedes totalmente.
Nos unimos en dicha protes-
ta, por la poca labor de parte
de ustedes, y por ei poco crite-
rio con que afrontan todos sus
problemas.
Sin otro particular per el mo-
mento, quedo de ustedes
Atto. y s. S.
OSWALDO SANCHEZ
Representante club Ciclista
Artes y Oficios.
.,53g
El onceno Flamengo
de Brasil derrot
al Club de Pars
PARS, Junio 14 (UP). El
club Flamengo de Rio de Ja-
neiro derrot al Club Racing de
Paria por anotacin de 5 tantos
al.
El" centro brasileo Domliez
Adao anot el goal inicial a los
aiez minutos como resultado ce
un corner. El segundo tanto se
produjo a los 23 minutos a con-
secuencia de una combinacin
a?.?60? Da Concel con
Vw tcrcer tant0 los 38
minutos marcado por Adao. h
primer tiempo termin Brasil 3
Francia 0. '
el segundo tiempo atacando sin
Brl|ad-, t l0S ,9 mlnUt08 1
Brasil volvi a marcar. El Fla-
mengo se mostr claramente su-
perior al francs. Otra combi-
nacin de Hermes con Adao
regatearon la defensa france-
sa que produjo el otro goal des-
de 20 metros de distancia a los
21 minutos del segundo tiem-
po. Francia anot" finalmente
cuando los brasileos se dedi-
caron a pasar el tiempo.
LIGA PROVINCIAL DE
BASKETBALL
Temperada de Campeonato
1951-5
Segunda Divisin
circuito Masculino
Calendarlo de Juegos
Vuelta de Clasificacin
JUNIO;
15: i
Rebeldes vs. ptica Sosa.
Pepsi Cola vs. Parque Lefevre,
Eva Pern vs. Elisa Barrera.
16:
Taboga vs. Orion.
19:
Madurlto vs. Centenario,
C. Elete. vs. Rodelag.
Bam Jr. vs. Barcelona.
22:
Pepsi Cola vs. Carlos Eleta.
Fuerte 15 vs. ptica Sosa.
Orion vs. Cela Gonzlez.
23:
Taboga vs. Pelimex.
26:
Madurito vi. A. Barcelona.
Ciela vs. Taboga.
C. Eleta vs. P. Lefevre.
29:
Pepsi Cola vs. Madurlto.
Fuerte 15 vs. Rebeldes.
Centenario vs. Barcelona.
0:-
Bam Jr. vs. Carlos Eleta.
El Gimnasio de Antn
est siendo reparado
en forma satisfactoria
ANTON, Junio 14. Los tra-
bajos de reparacin del gimna-
sio de Antn continan en for-
ma satisfactoria, gradas al in-
ters v buena voluntad del 8r.
Ministro de. Obras Pblicas, Ing.
Norberto Navarro.
Varios deportistas visitan dia-
riamente el Gimnasio para dar-
se cuenta de como marchan los
trabajos, especialmente el cro-
nista deportivo Alberto Chong,
para mantener a la aficin al
tanto de estos trr.bajos.
Tan pronto est completa-
mente reparado el gimnasio, el
Ministro Navarro vendr para
entregarlo formalmente, y po-
siblemente lo reciba en nombre
del deporte del lugar, el Club
Deportivo Social Antonero, y n
ese caso correrla directamente
cen el cuido de dicho templo
deportivo, sin costarle ni un
centavo al Fisco Nacional ni al
Municipio, el entusiasta y co-
nocido deportista Alberto Chong.
JULIO:
3:
Eva Pern vs. Orion.
Rodelag vs. Panamericana.
O. Sosa vs. Elisa Barrera.
6:
Pelimex vs. O. Sosa.
Taboga vs. Rebeldes.
Bam Jr. vs. Parque Lefevre.
7:
Pepal cola vs. Centenario.
10:
Rebeldes vs. Eva Pern.
Pelimex vs. Elisa Barrera.
O. Sosa vs. Ciela Gonzlez.
13:
Madurito vs. Panamericana.
Rodelag vs. Parque Lefevre.
Orion vs. Rebeldes.
14:
E. Pern vs. Cela Gonzlez.
17:
Bam Jr. vs. Centenario.
Fuerte 15 vs. Eva. Pern.
Rodelag vs. Barcelona.
20:
Taboga vs. E. Barrera.
C. Eleta vs. Panamericana.
NOTA: Los tres primeros equi-
pos de cada grupo, juegan una
serle entre si por el Campeona-
to. El primer juego de cada fe-
cha comenzar a las 7 en pun-
to de la noche.
Torneo relmpago
de ajedrez tendr
lugar el 22 de Junio
Los directores de la seccin
cultural y deportiva de la So-
ciedad Cubana de Panam, es-
tn organizando un torneo "Re-
lmpago" de Ajedrez. Esta cla-
se de torneo que, no se ha cele-
brado hace mucho tiempo en
Panam, se llevar a cabo el
viernes 22 del presente mes, a
las 8 p.m., en los salones de
la Sociedad Cubana de Pana-
m. Todcs los ajedrecistas de
la Sociedad tomarn. parte en
este lnteresamente y divertido
torneo que har historia, en las
actividades del tablero nacio-
nal. Tambin pueden participar
los aficionados que no siendo
socios de la Sociedad Cuban t,
desean probar au "golpe de vis-
ta."
Como es sabido este torneo
es a base de tiempo muy limi-
tado, 10 segundos para los pri-
meros 20 movimientos y 19 se-
gundos para los restantes. El
nmero de eliminaciones ser
de acuerdo con la cantidad d
parejas que participen. El ga-
nador de la ltima pareja, a-
dems de recibir un valioso
premio ser proclamado cam-
pen "rpido" del Club.
Prximamente se darn a co-
nocer las reglas que debern
observarse en este novedoso tor-
neo.
Se prohibe jugar
en Colombia a un
jugador brasileo
BARRANQUILLA, Junio 14
1 UP. La Oficina Nacional de
Extranjera prohibi al futbo-
lista brasileo Heleno Defreitas
jugar en las canchas colom-
bianas por no tener la visa de
residente sino nicamente de
turista.
El "crack-" abogado que re-
gres recientemente de Rio de
Janeiro, no podr jugar hasta
tanto no arregle sus papeles.
Los Gigantes Subieron Al
Segundo Lugar Al Vencer
Ayer a Los Rojos 5 a 0
SERVICIA DE XA PRENSA
UNIDA .
Robin Roberts haciendo gaia
de su forma de 1950 en el mon-
tculo slo permiti a los Ca-
chorros cuatro hits mientras los
Phillies campeones de la Liga
Nacional ganaban por anota-
cin de 5 carreras a 0 en el
juego celebrado en Wrlgley Field
y presenciado por 7.789 aficio-
nados.
La victoria da firmeza a los
Phillies en er sexto lugar ocho
juegos detrs de los Dodgers.
Los Cachorros han descendido
al sptimo lugar. Robert, uno
de los tres lanzadores de la Li-
ga Nacional que gan 20 jue-
gos en 1950, lanz en excelen-
te forma. Dio ponche a siete,
dio slo dos bases por bolas y
slo dos cachorros pudieron lle-
gar a la tercera. Un par de trl-
lea por Willie Jones y Andy
em thick hubiera sido suficien-
te para dar la sptima victo-
ria del ao a Roberts, pero los
Cachorros' estuvieron generosos
en la octava entrada cometien-
do dos errores que dieron co-
mo resultado dos carreras con
un hit.
refrigeracin
Unin y Chin siguen
avanzando en el
bisbol de Chorrera
Por 8. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de La Chorrera
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Dos errores en el octavo epi-
sodio echaron a perder el jue-
o en que. el lanzador Ewell
ilackwell tuvo buena actuacin
y permitieron que los Gigan-
tes anotaron tres carreras pa-
ra obtener su segunda victoria
consecutiva sobre los Rojos por
anotacin de 5 a 2. El triunfo
dio a los Gigantes firmeza en
el segundo lugar tras sacar a
los Rojos de- esa posicin con
la victoria de apertura de la
serie de antenoche.
EN LA LIGA AMERICANA
Vera Stephens y Ted Williams
con un triple y un doble res-
pectivamente dieron a los Me- Vork.
dias Rojas las dos carreras de
victoria en el Juego contra los)
Tigres por anotacin de 2 a 0. |
Las carreras fueron anotadas)
por los Medias Rojas una cn
la segunda entrada y la otra
en la octava. Stephens que co4
nect dos hita y recibi ba.r
por bolas, dl *u triple por *|
jardn central al comenzar 4f
segunda entrada y lleg al horn*
con un batazo al cuadro rie
Bobby Doerr. La contribucin ce
Williams fu un doble en la
octava entrada con la cual ano-
t Dom DIMagglo que haba
conectada sencillo al jardiw
central cuando ya haban dos
outs.
Con respecto a loa juegos noc-
turnos, se suspendieron .por llu-
via los tres partidos anuncia-
dos de la Liga Americana' a
cargo de loa equipos Chicago
y Washington, San Luis y Nue-
va. Vork y Cleveland y Filadel-
fla.
En Ja Liga Nacional, el jue-
go Boston-Plttsburgn tmoin
se suspendi por lluvia, y en
el otro partido anunciado de
este circuito los Mentirosos deb
Brooklyn siguieron avanzando-
con pafo firme en el comando
al imponerse a los Cardenales
del San \uls por 7 carreras a.
4.
Con estos resultados, en ia
Liga Americana los Medias
Blancas d;l Chicago se mantie-
nen en el primer puesto, de se-
gundo marchan los Yankees del
Nueva York y de tercero se en-
cuentran loa Medias Rojas del
Boston.
En la Liga Nacional, los Men-
tirosos del Brooklyn estn de
primeros, el segundo puesto io
ocupan los Rojos del Cincinnati
y en la tercera colocacin mar-
chan los Gigantes del Nueva
Uno de los ms atractivos programas de
box amateur se brinda maana en Coln
WHISKY CANAeMBNSI
fofa c*wm6> gs
LO MEJOR
pora
QUEMADURAS
DE SOL
Prximo Juego
DOMINGO 17 DE JUNIO
Segunda Vuelta
Dep. Chin vs. Unin
Balboa va. El Puerto.
En la continuacin de la in-
teresante justa de la Liga de
Baseball Invernal de La Chu-
rrera, el Dep. Chin venci, por
inasistencia al Balboa y el
Unin le gan en gran forma
por 9 carreras a l al Puerto.
Antea de comenzar el eegun-
do Juego se efectu la reparti-
cin de los premios de la pa-
sada temporada, otorgados por
el Departamento de Educacin
Fsica, y los recibieron:
F. urea, como el Jugador ms
valioso.
J. Ortiz, campen lanzador.
A. Urea y A. Fernndez, ar-
bitros.
J. Isaacs y L. Castron, co-
operadores de la Liga.
RAUL MATAMOROS
EN LA CAJA DEL UNION DEJO
SIN HIT8 AL PUERTO.
Haciendo sus primeras armas
como lanzador en la Liga y en
el morrillo central del Unin
R. Matamoros dej sin incogi-
bles a loe porteos, pero stor
lograron anotarle siempre, una
carrera.
Mientras los porteos se que-
daban sin incogibles. los unio-
nistas libaban 7 que les pro-
dujo un racimo de 9 carreras
de sta manera el Unin se co-
loca a un juego de los pun-
teros y Blas Mendleta lanzador
del Puerto pierde au tercer Jue-
go de la temporada sin nin-
guna victoria.
J. Ure. con 4-3 fu el me-
jor bateador de la maana.
Por SAMUEL DARKINS
Maana viernes se presentar
a los aficionados del boxeo
amateur de la ciudad de Co-
ln uno de los ms Interesan-
tes programas que se haya ce-
lebrado hasta ahora.
En dicha cartilla figuran p-
giles de la talla de Isidro Mar-
tinez, quien concede la revan-
cha al campen nacional de los
gallos, Ralton Lewis. Martnez
quien se mantiene Invicto en
toda su vida puglHstlea. En otro
de l"i encuentros reaparece el
subeampen peso ligero Jos
Edwin frente a uno de los ca-
talogados pesos ligeros de Co-
ln. Alfonso Ridrgaez.
El programa completo es el
siguiente:
JOSE EDWIN
ALFONSO RODRIGUEZ
115 libras.
RALTON LEWIS
TS.
ISIDRO MARTINEZ
118 libras.
JOSE BETANCOURT
?.
ALEJANDRINO NEREIDA
118 libra*.
UMBERTO ALFRED
TS.
JOHNNY PEREZ
145 libras.
GEORGE WILSON
TS.
CIRO PAZ
112 libras.
Elegibles:
TITO MORRIS
* EDUARDO WEATHER
195 libras.
El resultado de los encuen-
tros efectuados la semana pa*
sada fu el siguiente:
Cornello Jan, le gan pt
decisin a Claudio Martinez, primero actu de sustituto, va
que Tito Morris no pudo r>e-
lear por estar indispuesto. Or-
tega St. Justin triunf sob:*
Leopold Weather por dectoir.
George Wilson gan a Alfred)
Larry en cuatro movidos asal-
tos. Ralton Lewis triunf por
la ruta del i<.o. sobre Domingo,
Dells en tres asaltos. Marcial
Mollnar se impuso a Harcourte
Jones por K.O.T. en tres asaltos.
Con gran entusiasmo se inici el
torneo de fut del Nido de guilas
Con gran animacin comen-
z la justa interna de ftbol
del glorioso Nido de guilas
La apertura se llev a cabo el
martes con bastarte entusias-
mo por parte de la muchada
Institutora.
En el juego Inaugural el De-
portivo Patino se Impuso por
anotacin de 2 tantos a 0 al
Deportivo Plnllla, en el chooue
correspondiente a la menor. En
la mediana empataron eJ De-
portivo Alien y el Tobias Dial
a un tanto.
En los juegos celebrados ayer
mircoles el Mayor Harrison de-
rrot al Deportivo "II T" por S
tantos a 0.
Hoy continuar esta justa con
los partidos siguientes:
Dep. R. Jan vs. Dep Obaldia
Menor.
Dep. M. Patino vs. Dep. Carlea
Mediana.
Por su 71 ingrediente
# especio/
ANAC N
rival I
DOLOS Of MUrlASt...
Tea* ANACIN. y a
abe de
M... let aerial
4 i-,f.<.."' de
ANACtN QUHt-
N* eaoleaseMe r
fvarxa la edn de
la* < *. i la -
riMta a* na .eiie
CoMra datar a* iaw>
aeVanfeFf lr*W ^ s^r^twT^tsseffaeejssaF
jU*/pon lo 6 6m///
I < -vtMrjr-aj. ot. a* M-
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
Un mtodo
le/gante
d poner fin
1 Plo Sco
No cerra rkiao alfana. Empire
Irylcrcem pin tu cabello. Carpa
alrededor del cuello y caabdadra
rirerai de salo aa el paisa tea
indicaciones de pdifro que pueden
rr combatidas coa Isa twirajrar
ttUs de Brrlcreem.
(I) aar.ile aa
O) Peta Saaa Ca
Un aurtfc con Brykreem estimula
el cuero cabelludo, fomeaia el
crecimiento natural del pelo y
bao desaparecer la Carpa. Su
acuse amwh Barloa puro daa
roeva vida al Pelo Seco y pro-
poftasaan aa brillo milaniialrt
No corra re saos indetado traca
au cabencoa aaikjeeaa.
i
Brylcreem
lo mejor para 1 caballo


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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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JUEVES, JUNIO
14, W
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
HOY
BOX JUEVES
1:30 El Rijo Perdido
dramatlzacln
cortesa Avena Quaker
3:45 La Vos Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
4:00 Noticiero Perelra
4:15 Dedicatorias
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Enr Nacho Vleles
a Cancionera
Sentimental
con Kerlma Galctica
6:30 El Molino Silencioso
dramatlzacln RPA
6:45 Sus Canciones Preferidas
con Flavlo Garca, acom-
paa L. Muoz. Cortesa
Floristera Valvn
7:#0 Lucbo Azrrraga
y su rgano
cortesa Ron Carta Vieja.
7:15 Mi Marido. Dramatitacin
cortesa Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Ptinas de Amor
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7;45 Serenata dr las Americas
do Sols y Gmez
8:00 Genoveva
dramati/.acin, corftsia de
Almacenes La Aurora
8:15 Noticiero RPA
8:30 El Piano Mgico
8:45 Por los Senderos
de la Historia
9:00 Francia y su msica
9:15 Grandes artistas
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica escogida
10:30 Variedad musical
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica aln palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA V1EBNES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:36 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para fl desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El Correo del Dfa
Novedoso y original concurso inicia el Teatro
Central con La Isla Del Tesoro".
LICITACIN PUBLICA
Se recibirn propuestas cerradas hasta las nueve en
punto de la maana del dia 5 de Julio del ao en curso por
el suministro de ARTCULOS PARA ESCUELAS Y MATE-
RIAL DE ASEO para uso de las Escuelas Primarias y Se-
cundarlas de la Capital.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas-a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 29 de. Mayo de 1951.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Sr. Mario Cal H.
Secretarlo del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro.
AVISO DE CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
nueve en punto de la maana del dia 18 de Junio del ao
en curso por el suministro de COMESTIBLES Y MATERIAL
DE ASEO para uso del RETIRO MATAS HERNANDEZ.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesado
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JOSE AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras del
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
SI Teatro Central, aln lugar
a dudas la mejor sala cinema-
togrfica de la Repblica y de
Centro Amrica, acaba de Ini-
ciar su original y novedoso con-
curso denominado "La Isla del
Tesoro".
Consiste este concurso en ad-
quirir una llave en cualesquie-
ra de las casas comerciales que
aparecen en ei aviso clasificado
del Teatro Central y que apa-
rece en este mismo peridico
en seccin aparte e Ir al Lobby
del Teatro Central a abrir el
cofre de "La Isla del Tesoro" y
ganarse completamente gratis:
"Un Viaje de Ida y regreso a
Costa Rica", una batidora elc-
trica. un radio, perfumes, lm-
paras, Jarrones finos, una c-
mara fotogrfica, rdenes para
diferentes casas comerciales,
planchas, plumas de fuente,
finos collares, alhajas valiosas,
una tostadora elctrica de las
mejores, en fin numerosos pre-
mios que suman un total de
ms de B. 1,000.00.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
La Pelcula Laureada 'con
EL PRIMER PREMIO
e el Festival Internacional
de Venecia, 11,50.
Teatro LUX-Hoy
TANDAS: 3:00 4:45 6:50 9:00 P.M.
/tdt'.o
Qlu^JJ&u
HOY REGIO ESTRENO!
. Un Drama de un Suspenso y un Realismo
Imponderables!...
UNA PELCULA VIOLENTA... CRUDA...
INOLVIDABLE!...
Una drama extraordinario
de excepcional belleza l-
rica y pica grandiosidad!
LA MEJOR PELCULA QUE
SE HA HECHO EN EUROPA
EN LOS LTIMOS CINCO
AROS!
UNA EXTRARA LEYENDA
MEDIOEVAL DE FUEGO Y
PASIN! ESPECTACULAR!
MARAVILLOSA! PRODUC-
TO DE GENIAL IMAGINA-
CIN!
Pocas veces en la histo-
ria del Cine una pelcula
como. ..
"LA JUSTICIA INJUSTA"
con: Frank LOVEJOY Kathleen RYAN Richard CARLSON Lloyd BRIDGES
------------------------------- Y A LAS 9 P. M__________\----------------------
RAUL IRIARTE
Y SU FAMOSA ORQUESTA TPICA ARGENTINA
"LA
CORONA
DE
HIERRO"
con
15,000 ACTORES
Encabezado por:
GINO CERVI MASSIMO GIROTTI
ELISA CEGANI LUISA FERIDA
PRIMO CARNERA
NOTA: Esta presentaciones van dedicadas, muy respetuosamen-
te, al Embajador de Italia, S.E. Antonio Rosset Desandr.
PRXIMA SEMANA!
BODA REAL" (en tecnicolor) ,con FRED.ASTAIRE y JANE POWELL

TEATRO CECILIA-HOY-2 ESTRENOS!
NOVEDOSA COMEDIA
DE AVENTURAS EN
TECNICOLOR
ADEMAS
Un Melodrama Formidable! Dedicado al Cuerpo de
Polica de Panam!
id QUERn con
LOCURA...
PERO EL MIEDO OE
QUE LO DENUNCIARA
#LA JUSTICIA
IMPULSABA
SUS
MANOS
DONALD
O'CONNO
HELENA
MCE.M.anrto.answ
OMMtn KMYEVMS CLStK KNSSN
U-. rroevede* e. MICHAE1 1AICON '
D,r.'t.d. pe, SASIt OCfUDB* I
Mstribwi pt UMVERSAL-MTOMUTIOfML
SIEMPRE DOS ESTRENOS AL PRECIO DE UNO!... El
CINE FAVORITO QUE OFRECE A UD. MAS POR SU
DINERO QUE CUALQUIER OTRO!...
PRXIMA SEMANA!
KISMET* fen colores) con Ronald Colman y Marlene Dietrich
Adems: "LA MUERTE DE VIAJE" con Marjorie Main
HOY!
UN ESTRENO!
EXCEPCIONAL!
PRE&tiNTE
CO N AIRE ACONDICIONADA
XITO
DE
PELI-
MEX.
Una Pelcula Diferente A Cuanto Ha Producido la Cinematografa Mundial ..
SELECCIONADA ENTRE LAS CINCO MEJORES PELCULAS DEL
MUNDO EN EL FESTIVAL CINEMATOGRFICO DE CANNES......!
Y Que Recomendamos Muy Especialmente a los Funcionarios del...
Ministerio de Previsin Social... Profesores... Maestros...
Tribunal Tutelar Infantil... A Los Padres de Familia...
porque esta pelcula plantea
con audacia nunca antes
usada, un problema vivo:
EL DE LA JUVENTUD
ABANDONADA.
0>m
P" D1D Cl
POR EL
DESTINO..
En eterna
lucha contra
U vida
que solo
les dej
miseria y
desesperacin...!
MlMMfl
luis wwh .
IMS >l(ONA
ESTELA USA MlfilEL IICLAI
ALF0IS0 MEJIA lekrt. tOM
r uu hu rima
ni 'o* ljK mejor DIRECCIN DEL ARO
PREMIADA EN CANNES!
omiccio
LUIStUftUEL
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO1
HOY-TROPICAL
*
Tandas: 1:30 3:20 5:10 7:00 8:55 pjn.
MUERTE EN LA PISTA!
...EL DRAMA DE UN JOVEN INSIG-
NIFICANTE QUE CONQUISTO LA
FAMA... Y CASI LO PIERDE TODO!...
Mickey ROONEY Par O'BRIEN
en
"FAMA SIN GLORIA"
(THE FIREBALL)
con BEVERLY TYLER
Y PRESENTACIN EN LA PANTALLA:
GLENN CORBETT
(EL REY DEL PATN)
Una Pelcula da Violencia y Pailn I
Frank LOVEJOY Kathleen RYAM, ea
"LA JUSTICIA INJUSTA"
Y "A LAS t:M P.M.
RAUL IRIARTE " orquesta
TEATRO LUX
LA MAS GRANDE PRODUCCIN
DEL CINE EUROPEO 1
GINO
CERVI
LUISA
FERIDA
ELISA
CEGANI
- en -
"LA CORONA DE
'HIERRO"
CENTRAL
John GARFIELD y Patricia NEAL
ofreciendo nueva* cumbrea de
excitacin aln limite! .
A
'
'Su Ultimo Kecurso'
TEATRO CECILIA
ZPELCULAS AL PRECIO DE UNA!2
La hilaridad llevada a la pantalla!
Donald O'Connor Helena Carter, en
"PITOS, FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
Adems: Jack Warner Dlrk Bogarde, en
"LONDRES 999"
TEATRO TROPICAL
Una pelicula de gran Inters
y rauda accin!...
Mickey
ROONEY
Pst
O'BRIEN
- en -
rAMA SIN GLORIA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionada
A'LAS *0 P.M. WAHOOI
B. 115.00 en Premio!
Adema.: Un Gran Doble I
Ramn Armengod, en
"EL VENGADOR
IMPLACABLE"
BauCesar Romero, en
"LADRN de CORAZONES^
TEATRO TIVOLI
El Puerto de los Fantasmas
Captulo. Finales! Adems:
"LOS INCENDIARIOS" y
"EL SENDERO DE LOS
DESTERRADOS"
TEATRO IRIS
Imperio Argentina, en
"LA CIGARRA"
Amanda Ledesma, en
"CONTRA la LEY de DI08"
___HISP A NO
Richard .King, en
"Caballero Del Destino"
Robert Long, en
"La Salamandra de Oro"
VARIEDADES
Una pelcula
cruda y audaz 1
Victor M.
MENDOZA
- en -
"SUSANA"
Prohibida para cMnereade 1 ano.
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
DIA DE BANCO I
B.200.00 para el Pblico!
B leeet a las (: y
B.lee.M a la. i:ee p.m.
Adema.: Un Doble Estupendo!
Abbott y Costello. en
"La Legin Extranjera"
Margaret Lockwood. en
"EL PECADO DE TODOS"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Oary Cooper, en
"ADIS A LAS ARMAS"
Constance Bennett, en
"Usurpadores de Tierra"
TEATRO EDISON
"*~NOCHE DE BANCO!
B. 125.00 Adems:
-LOS CONSPIRADORES"
"AMARGA CONDENA"
VISTERMOSA
Lizabeth Scott, en
"El Vengador Invisible"
Rory Calhoun, en
"LA ISLA de PERDICIN"
PAC* ICO
M.rtha Scott. en
"UN DIA
INOLVIDABLE"
Ademas:
Henry ronda, en
"Le eche Eterna"
IDEAL
! Arturo de Cordova, en
"CINCO OSTROS
DE MUJER"
Adema.:
| Pedro Armendrlz, en
"ALBUR DE AMOR"
APOLO
"LA MUJER DEL
PUERTO"
y -
"PASIONES
TORMENTOSAS''


JUEVES, JUNIO 14, 15I
asas
fL PANAMA AMHtfA DAKIO BTOBn?rKNT
Urbano inaugurar
al Teatro "Mayo"
Como es ya del dominio p-
blico por oportunas Informa-
clones de este diarlo, el antiguo
y central cine "Excelsior" ha
sido totalmente transformado
para, espectculos de teatro vl-
vo, quedando definitivamente
suprimidas las exhibiciones ci-
nematogrficas.
"Mayo" es el nombre del tea-
tro cuyo nuevo giro ha sido
muy bien recibido, ya que vie-
-ne a dar gran aporte y seguro
apoyo al desarrollo teatral de
Panam.
El "Maye" abrir muy pron-
to su nuertas al pblico con
POLLOS
BIRDS EYE
Sin rival para hacer arroz con
pollo, o para hwlos.
Vienen listo* para cocinar, lint
piedlos, sin desperdicios.
un espectculo nuevo en nues-
tro medio y llevado a cabo por
el Fakir Urbano, de renombre
Internacional y feran prestigio.
De Urbano, dice "Nuestro
Diario" de la capital de Gua-
temala, lo siguiente al dar
cuenta de la Iniciacin del sor-
prendente espectculo da ste.
"En presencia del Alcalde de
la ciudad, del director de la
Guardia Civil, del Embajador
de Honduras, de los Ministros
del Brasil y Colombia y de re-
6recentantes de la prensa ha-
lada y escrita, el Fakir Urba-
no, inici ayer su ayuno Intro-
ducindose a la urna en cuyo
Interior permanecer por es-
acio de 20 dias, a eso de las
9 horas y 30 minutos".
El acontecimiento Inslito en
nuestro medio, como que muy
pocas son las personas que es-
tn al tanto de las disciplinas
yogis, frecuentes en el Oriente
y en las grandes ciudades, des-
pert la natural curiosidad y
fue asi como un considerable
nmero de personas, hfeo acto
de presencia en el momento de
entrar Urbano a la urna: y lue-
go visitndola, para convencerse
por sus propios ojos, de que
aquello no era un truco. En
realidad, esos logros de auto-
dominio y de Imposicin de una
enorme fuerza de voluntad en
que se llega a un total con-
trol de la materia, son cono-
cidos en nuestros paisea a tra-
vs de lecturas o de cine, pero
hasta ahora hay oportunidad
de conocer a un Fakir de car-
ne y hueso que, ante nuestros
propios ojos, realise una de las
ms duras pruebas a que se
someten quienes practican las
disciplinas del "Jeta yogi".
Urbano trato personalmente
a ese gran hind que se llam
Mahatma Ghandi, cuyos ayu-
nos fueron divulgados por to-
do el mundo y quien, dentro
de su postura de protesta, nun-
ca en sus ayunos dej de be-
ber, limitndose nicamente a
suprimir todo alimento. Urbano,
por el contrario, no solo no co-
me, sino que no bebe.
Indudablemente el eepeetcu-
TM-Tif ser exhibido en Panam
El Teatro Central adquiere los derechos de exhibi-
cin con carcter exclusivo
ii~-ir------t......r ir "i ir-mi
PAGOTE
HUtTl

ELDA DE ICAZA TRIUNFA
EN LA RED PANAMERICANA
ENFERMEDADES
IE LA PIEL
..?* elt htlitotioo, cono-
,,'0n todas .'" Amrica* como
Acalla Esmeralda Moons, m tsn
aneas en al tratamiento da las
plcason del aesaroa caa con Isa
prlraaraa apllcaclohaa.
El Aceita Esmeralda Moma *a
tnofenalro y aerdsele dVa ,
J!l..U..n.tl,Sp.t,e1 t,n Pot*? y
rnaa obatlnadoa han cedido a sus
facto Bat* da resta, in toa
Ua farmacias. w-a"
Usted paga solamente por el
pollo que va a cocinar y servir.
Jamones
Importados
PEK
KRAKVS
DREWS
los ofrece:
COMISARIATO
TACAROPULOS
Tel, 1000 Coln.
HOY
ESTRENO!
50 c.
La Super-Produccin que Consagr a la Actriz de 1951
gMIMO
con
LETICIA PALMA
y PEDRO ARMENDARIZ

UNA MUJER CON VENENO EN LA SANGRE
Y ODIO EN EL CORAZN...
... Que se hundi en el vicio y vivi un pecado mortal,
por no revelar su terrible verdad...
Oigan a LBTICIA PALMA, interpretando la Inolvidable can-
eln "HIPCRITA"... y, admrenla en la actuacin que la
consagra como La Atoja* Aetrli de Mxico en 1M1!...
La foto nos maestra el momento en ue el seor Don Fran-
cisco J. Fbrega, Gerente General del Teatro Central y uno
de los mis infatigables empresarios eon que contamos, estam-
pa sn firma al contrato que le da los derechos para exhibir
en Panam con carcter exclusive el aran drama de aventu-
ras "KON-TIKI". Jnnto al seor Febrera aparece el seor
Francisco Rossi, Gerente de la R.K.O. Radio Pictures de
Panam, Ca. distribuidora del renombrado film "KON-TIKI".
lo que ahora nos trae el Fakir
Urbano, mover a un ran sec-
tor capitalino, entre el cual fi-
guran algunas personas intere-
sadas en esas fuerzas espiritua-
les. Urbano permanecer en la
urna bajo la vigilancia cons-
tante de autoridades, periodis-
ta* y otros elementos para
constatar la no existencia de
trucos. Adems, el doctor An-
drade, por medio de un este-
toscopio. Instrumento para che-
quear la presin arterial y otros
que han sido colocados de ma-
nera que, a travs de unos pe-
queos agujeros, llegan hasta el
cuerpo del Fakir, controlar su
estado, para evitar cualquier
accidente que pudiera sobreve-
nlrle, a consecuencia del ayuno.
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le gusta ... le cae bien...
La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
*** engordan con
Cj*RNOl
/MUJERES INTRE LOS 38 Y LOS 52!
SIENTE USTED ESTOS SNTOMAS;
propios do los trastornos
funcionales do la edad?
Bl est usted en los 40 y los perio-
dos funcionales de la edad propios
de la mujer le producen sofocos
o accesos de calor. Irritabilidad
nerviosa y una sensacin de debili-
dad, fatiga y tirantes, tome el
Compuesto Vegetal Lydla E. Plnk-
COMPUESTO
ham para aliviar tales fa_ *
Bita magnifica medido. lamo- "
a por esa
ss_tant con regularidad el
Compuesto Plnkham contribuye a
una mayor resistencia a tales tras-
tornos propios da la edad. Son
miles las mujeres que ban dada- i
rsdo que les beneficia. Menee pro-
barse, no cree usted?
o4da. CENTRAL
HA V Estreno de Fin de Semana
V Tandas: 1:15 2:51 4:53
6:55 9:00 p.m.
HOY
' CARKOl a. Ua
k Ttte los t St frta
Trastornos
Estomacales
81 na tad o cualquiera (Ja sus fa-
miliares aufren lo fntomaa de
Indlseatlfln Acida, eat6mso arrio,
aceda, u otras Inconveniencias
rlclnadas por la auperaeldes es-
tomacal, entonces no deje de com-
prar ana caja de Neutracld: eche
una cucharadlta en medio vaso da
ag-ua callente y tmelo despacio
despus de cada comida.
Neutracld ea un producto nuevo,
hecho especialmente para aliviar
loa sntomas da o leer, aceda, pe-
do*. Indlaeatlfln Acids, dolores
abdominales producidos por los
cidos y otros trastornos.
Nunca ha experimentado usted
mejora semejante. Compra una
1 _.hr mlamo. Pida NBU-
TRACID sn cualquier buena far-
macia.
ELDA DE ICAZA, inteligente y bella actris, que es la intr-
prete principal do la NOVELA CAMEL, que diariamente a las
siete y coarto de la noche, presenta: MI MARIDO, una inte-
resantsima historia que escribe Emilio Dial y dirige Juan
Antonio Thlbault. VICTOR MIRANDA comparto los honores
estelares con EIda de Icasa en esta magnifica novela.
o Aire Acondicionado e
- HOY -
ESTRENO!
En todo Matrimonio hay un problema y en todo problema
una mujer tan bella y aparentemente ingenua, como.....
"SUSANA"
Banco Agro Pecuario e Industrial
AVISO A LOS GANADEROS
Se solicita a todos los ganaderos del pas que se
sirvan informar qu cantidad do ganado gordo pueden
vender durante los meses de Junio y Julio del presente
ao, y a qu precio.
EDUARDO VALLARINO
Gerente
Panam, Junio 13 de 1951.
Toda la impetuosa excitacin de la novela del celebrado
escritor moderno ERNEST HEMINOWAY concentrada en
desgarradoras escenas y crepitantes momentos crticos!
JOHN
PATRIC I A
GARFIELD NEAl
WARNER
LA ORAN OMA M IRNIST HtAMNOWAY
S LTIMO
RECURSO
.
cea phyilis nutra. auno Hernndez waucc foro
rroAxkb.se JERRY WALD Mr**.,* MICHAEL CURTIZ
CHESTERFIELD
EL MEJOR CIGARRILLO DEL MUNDO
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PRESENTA HOY
Raul Iriarte y su Orquesta Tipicm
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ROSITA QUINTANA
FERNANDO SOLER VICTOR MANUEL MENDOZA
En la historia de una mujer fra y calculadora, cuya
esplndida hermosura ocultaba, como las flores
exticas, mortal veneno!...
PROHIBIDA PARA MENORES DE 18 AOS!
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A LAS NUEVE DE LA NOCHE r
en el
TEATRO BELLA VISTA
con la pelcula LA JUSTICIA EVJUSTA
con Frank Love joy y Kathleen Ryan


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